2012 Media Guide & Record Book

Carolina League Office

SALEM RED SOX.....................................36-39

General Information.......................... 2–3

WILMINGTON BLUE ROCKS....................40-43

Club Nicknames..................................... 4

WINSTON-SALEM DASH.............................44-47

Award Winners...................................... 5

2011 Season Review

Schedules

Summary.........................................48-49

Master League................................... 6–7

Standings, Awards.................................50

Carolina Mudcats................................... 8

Statistical Leaders.................................51

Frederick Keys........................................ 9

Kinston Indians.....................................52

Lynchburg Hillcats.................................10
Myrtle Beach Pelicans...........................11

Complete Statistics..........................53-59
League Records

Potomac Nationals................................12

Individual Batting............................60-62

Salem Red Sox.......................................13

Single Season Performances..................63

Wilmington Blue Rocks..........................14

Yearly Batting Leaders.....................64-70

Winston-Salem Dash..............................15

Team Batting ..................................71-72

TEAM INFORMATION.............................16-47

Individual Pitching...........................73-74

Contact Information,

Perfect Games, No-Hitters................75-76

Ownership, Management,

Yearly Pitching Leaders....................77-82

Field Staff, Stadiums, Ticket

Individual Fielding...........................83-85

Information, Records,

Team Fielding.......................................86

Affiliate Information.

Miscellaneous.......................................87

CAROLINA MUDCATS.............................16-19

Attendance Records...............................88

FREDERICK KEYS...................................20-23

All-Star Game Results.......................89-90

LYNCHBURG HILLCATS...........................24-27

Cumulative Standings...........................90

MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS......................28-31

MAJOR LEAGUE AFFILIATIONS KEY..............90

POTOMAC NATIONALS...........................32-35

Season-By-Season Capsules................91-109

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

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LEAGUE DIRECTORY
Carolina League Office

Office Address/Mailing Address
1806 Pembroke Road, Suite 2-B,
Greensboro, NC 27408
Telephone: (336) 691-9030 • Fax: (336) 464-2737
Email: office@carolinaleague.com
Website: www.carolinaleague.com
League Office Directory
President/Treasurer................John Hopkins
Vice President..........................Art Silber
Executive Vice President........Cam McRae
Secretary..................................Ken Young
Accountant.................................John Schwarz
Office Assistant........................Marnee Larkins
Computer/Internet Consultant:......Michael J. Albrecht
Directors....................................Dave Ziedelis (Frederick),
Steve Bryant (Carolina), Rex Angel (Lynchburg), Chuck Greenberg (Myrtle Beach),
Art Silber (Potomac), Tim Zue (Salem), Jack Minker (Wilmington), Billy Prim (WinstonSalem)
Classification.........A-Advanced
Years League Active.........1945-2012
2012 Opening Date.........April 6
2012 Closing Date.........Sept 3
First Half Ends.........June 17
Number of Games.........140
All-Star Game.........Carolina League vs. California League
at Winston-Salem, NC– June 19
Roster Limit.........25 active, 35 under control
Statistician.........Major League Baseball Advanced Media
75 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10011
212-485-3444
UMPIRES Hometown
John Bacon
Sherrodsville, OH
Garret Corl
Port Matilda, PA
Rich Gonzalez
Maryland Heights, MO
Aaron Larsen
Tomah, WI
Ben Leake
Roswell, GA
Lawrence Reeves
Gastonia, NC
Jeremy Riggs
Suffolk, VA
Jansen Visconti
Latrobe, PA

Pro Year 2011 League
4th Appalachian/Midwest
5th California
5th Midwest/Carolina
6th California
4th South Atlantic/Carolina
5th South Atlantic/California
4th South Atlantic
3rd South Atlantic

Northern Division
Southern Division
Frederick Keys
Baltimore Orioles
Carolina Mudcats
Cleveland Indians
Lynchburg Hillcats
Atlanta Braves
Myrtle Beach Pelicans
Texas Rangers
Potomac Nationals
Boston Red Sox
Washington Nationals Salem Red Sox
Winston-Salem Dash
Chicago White Sox
Wilmington Blue Rocks
Kansas City Royals
Playoff Format
First half division winners play second half division winners in best of three series. (Double half winners face
wild-card.) Division champions meet in best of five series.
Championship Trophy: Mills Cup
FORMER CAROLINA LEAGUE UMPIRES IN THE MAJORS
Umpire.......................................... CL YRS
Umpire.......................................... CL YRS
Tom Hallion.................................1980-81
Scott Barry ......................................2002
Angel Hernandez..........................1984-85
Wally Bell.........................................1985
Sam Holbrook..............................1992-93
CB Bucknor..................................1991-92
Dan Iassogna ..............................1995-96
Derryl Cousins..................................1974
Ron Kulpa.........................................1994
Phil Cuzzi.....................................1986-87
Jerry Meals.......................................1986
Bruce Dreckman................................1992
Tim Timmons...............................1993-94
Andy Fletcher....................................1992
Joe West...........................................1975
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CAROLINA LEAGUE

LEAGUE INFORMATION
Carolina League Presidents
Name
Hometown
Dr. Thomas S. Wilson
Draper, N.C.
Carroll T. Brown
Martinsville, Va.
Herb J. Brett
Danville, Va.
Glen E. (Ted) Mann
Durham, N.C.
Julian Clyde (Bill) Jessup
Wilson, N.C.
Wallace McKenna
Lynchburg, Va.
James B. Mills
Apex, N.C.
John E. Hopkins
Greensboro, N.C.

Years Served
1945-47
1948
1949
1949-56
1957-69
1970-76
1977-83
1984-present

Former Carolina LeagueRS in the Hall of Fame
Players
Carolina League Team CL Year
Earl Weaver
Winston-Salem Cardinals
1950
Willie McCovey
Danville Leafs
1956
Carl Yastrzemski
Raleigh Capitals
1959
Tony Perez
Rocky Mount Leafs
1962
Joe Morgan
Durham Bulls
1963
Johnny Bench
Peninsula Grays
1966
Rod Carew
Wilson Tobs
1966
Wade Boggs
Winston-Salem Red Sox
1977
Managers
Heinie Manush
Martinsville Athletics
1945
Joe Medwick
Raleigh Capitals
1951
Enos Slaughter
Raleigh Capitals
1961

HOF
1996
1986
1989
2000
1990
1989
1991
2005

1964
1968
1985

MINOR LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS
Year
Award

Winner, Team

1992
1994
1994
1995
1996
1996
1998
1998
2000
2000
2002
2004
2005
2005
2006
2007
2008
2008
2009
2010

Cleveland Indians
Kinston Indians
Kansas City Royals
Kansas City Royals
Andruw Jones, Durham
Atlanta Braves
Wilmington Blue Rocks
Calvin Falwell, Lynchburg
Jon Rauch, Winston-Salem
Chicago White Sox
Pittsburgh Pirates
Chris Kemple, Wilmington
Atlanta Braves
Calvin Falwell, Lynchburg
Cleveland Indians
Shari Massengill, Kinston
Rocket Wheeler, Myrtle Beach
Matt Weiters, Frederick/Bowie
Jason Heyward, Myrtle Beach/Mississippi
Lynchburg Hillcats

Organization of the Year
Bob Freitas Award
Organization of the Year (Topps)
Organization of the Year (Topps)
Player of the Year
Organization of the Year
Bob Freitas Award
John H. Johnson President’s Award
Player of the Year
Organization of the Year
Organization of the Year (Topps)
Executive of the Year
Organization of the Year
King of Baseball
Organization of the Year (Topps)
Rawlings Woman of the Year
Manager of the Year
Player of the Year
Player of the Year
Bob Freitas Award

 Official Mileage chart - Source AAA
Zebulon, NC (CAR)

CAR

FRE

LYN

MB

POT

SAL

WIL

WS

C

298

169

210

242

189

376

130

Frederick, MD

298

A

217

483

69

228

121

334

Lynchburg, VA

169

217

R

315

160

60

291

135

Myrtle Beach, SC

210

483

315

O

426

308

560

224

Woodbridge, VA (POT)

242

69

160

426

L

226

146

319

Salem, VA

189

228

60

308

226

I

348

110

Wilmington, DE

376

121

291

560

146

348

N

453

Winston-Salem, NC

130

334

135

224

319

110

453

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GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

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CLUB NICKNAMES
Alexandria ................................................. Dukes 1978, 1980–83
. ............................................................................ Mariners 1979
Asheville .................................................................. Tourists 1967
Burlington ............................................................. Bees 1945–51
. ........................................................... Bur-Gra Pirates 1952–55
. ........................................................Alamance Indians 1958–64
. ..............................................Senators 1965–71; Rangers 1972
Carolina .................................................................Mudcats 2012Danville ..................................................................Leafs 1945–58
. .....................................................................................97s 1998
Durham ...................................................Bulls 1945–67, 1980–97
Fayetteville .......................................................Athletics 1950–52
. .....................................................Highlanders (Scots) 1953–56
Frederick ....................................................................Keys 1989–
Greensboro ............................................. Patriots 1945–57, 1968
. ....................................................................... Yankees 1958–67
Hagerstown ........................................................... Suns 1981–88
High Point-Thomasville . ...................... Hi-Toms, 1954–58, 1968
. ................................................................................Royals 1969
Kinston ..................... Eagles 1956–57, 1962–72, 1978–81, 1986
. ................................................................................ Expos 1974
. ..................................................................... Blue Jays 1982–85
. .....................................................................Indians 1987–2011
* Leaksville-Draper-Spray ................................... Triplets 1945–47
Lynchburg ..................................................... White Sox 1966–69
. ................................................... Twins 1970–74; Rangers 1975
. .............................................. Mets 1976–87; Red Sox 1988–94
. .............................................................................Hillcats 1995–
Martinsville . .....................................................Athletics 1945–49
Myrtle Beach ........................................................ Pelicans 1999–
** Peninsula . ............................................................ Senators, 1963
. ........................................................................... Grays 1964–68
. .......................................................................... Astros 1969–70
. ............................................................................... Phillies 1971
. ........................................................................... Pennants 1974
. ............................................................Pilots 1976–85, 1989–92
. ...............................................................Virginia Generals 1988
Prince William/Potomac .................................... Pirates 1984–86
. ....................................................................... Yankees 1987–89
. .................................................................. Cannons 1990–2004
. ......................................................................... Nationals 2005–
Raleigh . ............................................ Capitals 1945–53, 1957–62
. ...................................................................................Mets 1963
. ...........................................................................Cards 1964–65
. ......................................................................... Pirates 1966–67
Raleigh-Durham . .........................................................Mets 1968
. ............................................................................... Phillies 1969
. ...................................................................... Triangles 1970–71
Red Springs ............................................................... Twins 1969
Reidsville . ......................................................... Luckies 1948–54
. ............................................................................... Phillies 1955
Rocky Mount .........................................Leafs 1962–63, 1965–72
. ............................................................................ Senators 1964
. ......................................................................... Phillies 1973–75
. ................................................................................. Pines 1980
Salem .................................................................. Rebels 1968–71
. ......................................................................... Pirates 1972–79
. ...................................................................... Redbirds 1980–86
. ................................................................. Buccaneers 1987–94
. ....................................................................Avalanche 1995–08
. ............................................................................Red Sox 2009Tidewater ...............................................................Tides 1963–68
Wilmington (DE) . ............................................ Blue Rocks 1993–
Wilson . ...........................................Tobacconists (Tobs) 1956–68
. ........................................................................... Pennants 1973
Winston-Salem . ...................................................Cards 1945–53
. ........................................................................... Twins 1954–56
. ......................................................................RedBirds 1957–60
. .......................................................................Red Sox 1961–83
. .......................................................................... Spirits 1984–94
. ..................................................................... Warthogs 1995–08
. .................................................................................Dash 2009 
*Now Eden, NC   **Hampton-Newport News, VA

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

LEAGUE
LEAGUE
AWARD
DIRECTORY
WINNERS
CALVIN FALWELL Carolina League Executives of the Year
Year
Executive
Team
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Jeff Mercer
North Johnson
Sam Lazzaro
Keith Lupton
Rob Dlugozima
Keith Lupton
Chris Kemple
North Johnson
Paul Sunwall
Dave Oster
Pat Filippone
Chris Kemple
Joe Preseren
North Johnson
Joe Pinto
Chris Kemple
Chris Kemple
Chris Kemple
Matt O’Brien
John Katz
Shari Massengill
North Johnson
Paul Sunwall
Ryan Manuel
Dave Ziedelis

Prince William
Kinston
Salem
Frederick
Durham
Frederick
Wilmington
Kinston
Lynchburg
Salem
Prince William
Wilmington
Frederick
Kinston
Frederick
Wilmington
Wilmington
Wilmington
Myrtle Beach
Salem
Kinston
Myrtle Beach
Lynchburg
Winston-Salem
Frederick

MATT MINKER COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
Year
Executive
Team
2008
2009
2010
2011

Everett Teaford
Jared Keel
Jacob Julius
Tim Melville

Wilmington
Lynchburg
Frederick
Wilmington

CAROLINA LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES MVP
Year
Player
Team
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Ruben Santana
Ricky Gonzalez
Lance Jennings
Richie Sexon
Keifer Rackley
David Daniels
Paul Phillips
none selected
Junior Brignac
John Lindsey
Matt Meath
Josh Fields
J.D. Martin
Brian Finch
Randy Newsom
Chorye Spoone
Jhonatan Solano
Chase d’Arnaud
Bill Rhinehart
Manny Machado

Peninsula
Winston-Salem
Wilmington
Kinston
Wilmington
Lynchburg
Wilmington
Myrtle Beach
Salem
Lynchburg
Winston Salem
Kinston
Frederick
Kinston
Frederick
Potomac
Lynchburg
Potomac
Frederick

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

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2012 DAY-BY-DAY SCHEDULE

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2012 DAY-BY-DAY SCHEDULE

FIRST HALF

SECOND HALF

Fri April 6.........................pot @ lyn....... ws @ car........... wil @ mb........... sal @ fre
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Sun April 15.....................mb @ sal....... car @ ws........... lyn @ pot........... fre @ wil
Mon April 16.................... lyn @ sal....... ws @ mb........... pot @ fre...........car @ wil
Tues April 17.................... lyn @ sal....... ws @ mb........... pot @ fre...........car @ wil
Wed April 18.................... lyn @ sal....... ws @ mb........... pot @ fre...........car @ wil
Thur April 19.................... fre @ lyn....... mb @ car...........wil @ ws...........sal @ pot
Fri April 20....................... fre @ lyn....... mb @ car...........wil @ ws...........sal @ pot
Sat April 21...................... fre @ lyn....... mb @ car...........wil @ ws...........sal @ pot
Sun April 22..................... fre @ lyn....... mb @ car...........wil @ ws...........sal @ pot
Mon April 23.................... wil @ sal....... lyn @ car.......... fre @ mb...........pot @ ws
Tues April 24.................... wil @ sal....... lyn @ car.......... fre @ mb...........pot @ ws
Wed April 25.................... wil @ sal....... lyn @ car.......... fre @ mb...........pot @ ws
Thur April 26.................... wil @ sal....... lyn @ car.......... fre @ mb...........pot @ ws
Fri April 27.......................car @ sal........lyn @ fre...........mb @ pot........... ws @ wil
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Sun April 29.....................car @ sal........lyn @ fre...........mb @ pot........... ws @ wil
Mon April 30....................car @ lyn........mb @ fre........... ws @ pot........... sal @ wil
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Wed May 2.......................car @ lyn........mb @ fre........... ws @ pot........... sal @ wil
Thur May 3......................car @ lyn........mb @ fre........... ws @ pot........... sal @ wil
Fri May 4..........................mb @ lyn........fre @ car........... sal @ ws...........wil @ pot
Sat May 5........................mb @ lyn........fre @ car........... sal @ ws...........wil @ pot
Sun May 6.......................mb @ lyn........fre @ car........... sal @ ws...........wil @ pot
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Wed May 9.......................pot @ sal....... car @ mb...........ws @ fre........... lyn @ wil
Thur May 10....................pot @ sal....... car @ mb...........ws @ fre........... lyn @ wil
Fri May 11........................ ws @ lyn....... pot @ car.......... sal @ mb........... wil @ fre
Sat May 12...................... ws @ lyn....... pot @ car.......... sal @ mb........... wil @ fre
Sun May 13..................... ws @ lyn....... pot @ car.......... sal @ mb........... wil @ fre
Mon May 14..................... wil @ lyn....... sal @ car.......... mb @ ws...........fre @ pot
Tues May 15.................... wil @ lyn....... sal @ car.......... mb @ ws...........fre @ pot
Wed May 16..................... wil @ lyn....... sal @ car.......... mb @ ws...........fre @ pot
Thur May 17.................... wil @ lyn....... sal @ car.......... mb @ ws...........fre @ pot
Fri May 18........................ fre @ sal........lyn @ ws...........car @ pot...........mb @ wil
Sat May 19...................... fre @ sal........lyn @ ws...........car @ pot...........mb @ wil
Sun May 20..................... fre @ sal........lyn @ ws...........car @ pot...........mb @ wil
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Tues May 22.................... ws @ sal....... lyn @ mb.......... car @ fre...........pot @ wil
Wed May 23..................... ws @ sal....... lyn @ mb.......... car @ fre...........pot @ wil
Thur May 24.................... ws @ sal....... lyn @ mb.............. OFF.....................OFF
Fri May 25........................pot @ lyn....... ws @ car........... wil @ mb........... sal @ fre
Sat May 26......................pot @ lyn....... ws @ car........... wil @ mb........... sal @ fre
Sun May 27.....................pot @ lyn....... ws @ car........... wil @ mb........... sal @ fre
Mon May 28..................... lyn @ sal........wil @ car............fre @ ws.......... mb @ pot
Tues May 29.................... lyn @ sal........wil @ car............fre @ ws.......... mb @ pot
Wed May 30..................... sal @ lyn........wil @ car............fre @ ws.......... mb @ pot
Thur May 31.................... sal @ lyn........wil @ car............fre @ ws.......... mb @ pot
Fri June 1.........................mb @ sal....... car @ ws........... lyn @ pot........... fre @ wil
Sat June 2.......................mb @ sal....... car @ ws........... lyn @ pot........... fre @ wil
Sun June 3......................mb @ sal....... car @ ws........... lyn @ pot........... fre @ wil
Mon June 4...................... ws @ sal....... lyn @ mb.......... pot @ fre...........car @ wil
Tues June 5..................... ws @ sal....... lyn @ mb.......... pot @ fre...........car @ wil
Wed June 6..................... ws @ sal....... lyn @ mb.......... pot @ fre...........car @ wil
Thur June 7..................... ws @ sal....... lyn @ mb.......... pot @ fre...........car @ wil
Fri June 8......................... fre @ lyn....... mb @ car...........wil @ ws...........sal @ pot
Sat June 9....................... fre @ lyn....... mb @ car...........wil @ ws...........sal @ pot
Sun June 10.................... fre @ lyn....... mb @ car...........wil @ ws...........sal @ pot
Mon June 11....................car @ lyn........fre @ mb........... pot @ ws........... sal @ wil
Tues June 12...................car @ lyn........fre @ mb........... pot @ ws........... sal @ wil
Wed June 13...................car @ lyn........fre @ mb........... pot @ ws........... sal @ wil
Thur June 14...................car @ sal....... pot @ mb.......... lyn @ fre........... ws @ wil
Fri June 15.......................car @ sal....... pot @ mb.......... lyn @ fre........... ws @ wil
Sat June 16.....................car @ sal....... pot @ mb.......... lyn @ fre........... ws @ wil
Sun June 17....................car @ sal....... pot @ mb.......... lyn @ fre........... ws @ wil
END FIRST HALF...........................................................................................
Tues June 19.......................... . ALL-STAR GAME AT WINSTON-SALEM....

Thur June 21...........................sal @ lyn........... wil @ car............... mb @ fre................ws @ pot
Fri June 22...............................sal @ lyn........... wil @ car............... mb @ fre................ws @ pot
Sat June 23.............................sal @ lyn........... wil @ car............... mb @ fre................ws @ pot
Sun June 24............................mb @ lyn........... fre @ car............... sal @ ws................wil @ pot
Mon June 25............................mb @ lyn........... fre @ car............... sal @ ws................wil @ pot
Tues June 26...........................mb @ lyn........... fre @ car............... sal @ ws................wil @ pot
Wed June 27...........................mb @ lyn........... fre @ car............... sal @ ws................wil @ pot
Thur June 28...........................pot @ sal...........car @ mb................fre @ ws................ lyn @ wil
Fri June 29...............................pot @ sal...........car @ mb................fre @ ws................ lyn @ wil
Sat June 30.............................pot @ sal...........car @ mb................fre @ ws................ lyn @ wil
Sun July 1................................ ws @ lyn...........pot @ car............... sal @ mb................ wil @ fre
Mon July 2............................... ws @ lyn...........pot @ car............... sal @ mb................ wil @ fre
Tues July 3............................... ws @ lyn...........pot @ car............... sal @ mb................ wil @ fre
Wed July 4............................... wil @ lyn............ sal @ car............... mb @ ws................fre @ pot
Thur July 5............................... wil @ lyn............ sal @ car............... mb @ ws................fre @ pot
Fri July 6.................................. wil @ lyn............ sal @ car............... mb @ ws................fre @ pot
Sat July 7................................. fre @ sal............ lyn @ ws...............car @ pot................mb @ wil
Sun July 8................................ fre @ sal............ lyn @ ws...............car @ pot................mb @ wil
Mon July 9............................... fre @ sal............ lyn @ ws...............car @ pot................mb @ wil
Tues July 10.................................OFF................... OFF....................... OFF......................... OFF
Wed July 11.............................lyn @ sal........... ws @ mb................... OFF....................pot @ wil
Thur July 12.............................lyn @ sal........... ws @ mb............... car @ fre................pot @ wil
Fri July 13................................sal @ lyn........... ws @ mb............... car @ fre................pot @ wil
Sat July 14...............................sal @ lyn........... ws @ mb............... car @ fre................pot @ wil
Sun July 15..................................OFF................... OFF................... car @ fre..................... OFF
Mon July 16.............................ws @ car........... wil @ mb............... sal @ fre............... lyn @ pot
Tues July 17.............................ws @ car........... wil @ mb............... sal @ fre............... lyn @ pot
Wed July 18.............................ws @ car........... wil @ mb............... sal @ fre............... lyn @ pot
Thur July 19.............................ws @ car........... wil @ mb............... sal @ fre............... lyn @ pot
Fri July 20................................ wil @ sal............ lyn @ car................fre @ ws............... mb @ pot
Sat July 21............................... wil @ sal............ lyn @ car................fre @ ws............... mb @ pot
Sun July 22.............................. wil @ sal............ lyn @ car................fre @ ws............... mb @ pot
Mon July 23.............................mb @ sal........... pot @ lyn............... car @ ws................ fre @ wil
Tues July 24.............................mb @ sal........... pot @ lyn............... car @ ws................ fre @ wil
Wed July 25.............................mb @ sal........... pot @ lyn............... car @ ws................ fre @ wil
Thur July 26.............................mb @ sal........... pot @ lyn............... car @ ws................ fre @ wil
Fri July 27................................lyn @ sal........... ws @ mb............... pot @ fre................car @ wil
Sat July 28...............................lyn @ sal........... ws @ mb............... pot @ fre................car @ wil
Sun July 29..............................lyn @ sal........... ws @ mb............... pot @ fre................car @ wil
Mon July 30.................................OFF................... OFF....................... OFF......................... OFF
Tues July 31............................. fre @ lyn............mb @ car................wil @ ws............... sal @ pot
Wed Aug 1............................... fre @ lyn............mb @ car................wil @ ws............... sal @ pot
Thur Aug 2............................... fre @ lyn............mb @ car................wil @ ws............... sal @ pot
Fri Aug 3.................................. wil @ sal............ lyn @ car............... fre @ mb................pot @ ws
Sat Aug 4................................. wil @ sal............ lyn @ car............... fre @ mb................pot @ ws
Sun Aug 5................................ wil @ sal............ lyn @ car............... fre @ mb................pot @ ws
Mon Aug 6...................................OFF................... OFF....................... OFF......................... OFF
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Wed Aug 8...............................car @ sal...........pot @ mb............... lyn @ fre................ ws @ wil
Thur Aug 9...............................car @ sal...........pot @ mb............... lyn @ fre................ ws @ wil
Fri Aug 10................................car @ lyn........... mb @ fre............... ws @ pot................ sal @ wil
Sat Aug 11...............................car @ lyn........... mb @ fre............... ws @ pot................ sal @ wil
Sun Aug 12..............................car @ lyn........... mb @ fre............... ws @ pot................ sal @ wil
Mon Aug 13.............................mb @ lyn........... fre @ car............... sal @ ws................wil @ pot
Tues Aug 14.............................mb @ lyn........... fre @ car............... sal @ ws................wil @ pot
Wed Aug 15.............................mb @ lyn........... fre @ car............... sal @ ws................wil @ pot
Thur Aug 16.............................pot @ sal...........car @ mb................ws @ fre................ lyn @ wil
Fri Aug 17................................pot @ sal...........car @ mb................ws @ fre................ lyn @ wil
Sat Aug 18...............................pot @ sal...........car @ mb................ws @ fre................ lyn @ wil
Sun Aug 19..............................pot @ sal...........car @ mb................ws @ fre................ lyn @ wil
Mon Aug 20............................. ws @ lyn........... sal @ mb................wil @ fre............... car @ pot
Tues Aug 21............................. ws @ lyn........... sal @ mb................wil @ fre............... car @ pot
Wed Aug 22............................. ws @ lyn........... sal @ mb................wil @ fre............... car @ pot
Thur Aug 23............................. ws @ lyn........... sal @ mb................wil @ fre............... car @ pot
Fri Aug 24................................ wil @ lyn............ sal @ car............... mb @ ws................fre @ pot
Sat Aug 25............................... wil @ lyn............ sal @ car............... mb @ ws................fre @ pot
Sun Aug 26.............................. wil @ lyn............ sal @ car............... mb @ ws................fre @ pot
Mon Aug 27.................................OFF................... OFF....................... OFF....................mb @ wil
Tues Aug 28............................. fre @ sal............pot @ car............... lyn @ ws................mb @ wil
Wed Aug 29............................. fre @ sal............pot @ car............... lyn @ ws................mb @ wil
Thur Aug 30............................. fre @ sal............pot @ car............... lyn @ ws................mb @ wil
Fri Aug 31................................ fre @ sal............pot @ car............... lyn @ ws..................... OFF
Sat Sept 1................................ ws @ sal........... lyn @ mb............... car @ fre................pot @ wil
Sun Sept 2............................... ws @ sal........... lyn @ mb............... car @ fre................pot @ wil
Mon Sept 3.............................. ws @ sal........... lyn @ mb............... car @ fre................pot @ wil

CAROLINA LEAGUE

END OF REGULAR SEASON

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

7

FREDERICK KEYS

CAROLINA MUDCATS
2012 SCHEDULE
Fri April 6
Sat April 7
Sun April 8
Mon April 9
Tues April 10
Wed April 11
Fri April 13
Sat April 14
Sun April 15
Mon April 16
Tues April 17
Wed April 18
Thur April 19
Fri April 20
Sat April 21
Sun April 22
Mon April 23
Tues April 24
Wed April 25
Thur April 26
Fri April 27
Sat April 28
Sun April 29
Mon April 30
Tues May 1
Wed May 2
Thur May 3
Fri May 4
Sat May 5
Sun May 6
Tues May 8
Wed May 9
Thur May 10
Fri May 11
Sat May 12
Sun May 13
Mon May 14
Tues May 15
Wed May 16
Thur May 17
Fri May 18
Sat May 19
Sun May 20
Mon May 21
Tues May 22
Wed May 23
Fri May 25
Sat May 26
Sun May 27
Mon May 28
Tues May 29
Wed May 30
Thur May 31
Fri June 1
Sat June 2
Sun June 3
Mon June 4
Tues June 5
Wed June 6
Thur June 7
Fri June 8
Sat June 9
Sun June 10
Mon June 11
Tues June 12
Wed June 13
Thur June 14
Fri June 15
Sat June 16
Sun June 17

WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem

END FIRST HALF

8

CAROLINA LEAGUE

7:15
6:15
2:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:00
7:00
7:00
6:35
6:35
11:05
7:15
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
11:00
7:05
6:05
4:05
6:05
6:05
6:05
11:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:15
6:15
2:00
4:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:00
7:00
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05

Thur June 21
Fri June 22
Sat June 23
Sun June 24
Mon June 25
Tues June 26
Wed June 27
Thur June 28
Fri June 29
Sat June 30
Sun July 1
Mon July 2
Tues July 3
Wed July 4
Thur July 5
Fri July 6
Sat July 7
Sun July 8
Mon July 9
Thur July 12
Fri July 13
Sat July 14
Sun July 15
Mon July 16
Tues July 17
Wed July 18
Thur July 19
Fri July 20
Sat July 21
Sun July 22
Mon July 23
Tues July 24
Wed July 25
Thur July 26
Fri July 27
Sat July 28
Sun July 29
Tues July 31
Wed Aug 1
Thur Aug 2
Fri Aug 3
Sat Aug 4
Sun Aug 5
Tues Aug 7
Wed Aug 8
Thur Aug 9
Fri Aug 10
Sat Aug 11
Sun Aug 12
Mon Aug 13
Tues Aug 14
Wed Aug 15
Thur Aug 16
Fri Aug 17
Sat Aug 18
Sun Aug 19
Mon Aug 20
Tues Aug 21
Wed Aug 22
Thur Aug 23
Fri Aug 24
Sat Aug 25
Sun Aug 26
Tues Aug 28
Wed Aug 29
Thur Aug 30
Fri Aug 31
Sat Sept 1
Sun Sept 2
Mon Sept 3

WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick

END REGULAR SEASON

7:15
7:15
6:15
4:00
7:15
7:15
12:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
4:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:15
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
6:00
6:00
7:15
7:15
12:00
7:15
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:15
6:00
6:00
2:00

2012 SCHEDULE
Fri April 6
Sat April 7
Sun April 8
Tues April 10
Wed April 11
Thur April 12
Fri April 13
Sat April 14
Sun April 15
Mon April 16
Tues April 17
Wed April 18
Thur April 19
Fri April 20
Sat April 21
Sun April 22
Mon April 23
Tues April 24
Wed April 25
Thur April 26
Fri April 27
Sat April 28
Sun April 29
Mon April 30
Tues May 1
Wed May 2
Thur May 3
Fri May 4
Sat May 5
Sun May 6
Tues May 8
Wed May 9
Thur May 10
Fri May 11
Sat May 12
Sun May 13
Mon May 14
Tues May 15
Wed May 16
Thur May 17
Fri May 18
Sat May 19
Sun May 20
Mon May 21
Tues May 22
Wed May 23
Fri May 25
Sat May 26
Sun May 27
Mon May 28
Tues May 29
Wed May 30
Thur May 31
Fri June 1
Sat June 2
Sun June 3
Mon June 4
Tues June 5
Wed June 6
Thur June 7
Fri June 8
Sat June 9
Sun June 10
Mon June 11
Tues June 12
Wed June 13
Thur June 14
Fri June 15
Sat June 16
Sun June 17

SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG

END FIRST HALF

7:00
2:00
2:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:00
7:00
7:00
6:05
6:05
6:05
2:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
2:00
2:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
11:00
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:00
7:00
11:00
7:00
6:00
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
6:00
6:00
4:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
2:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
6:00
6:00

Thur June 21
Fri June 22
Sat June 23
Sun June 24
Mon June 25
Tues June 26
Wed June 27
Thur June 28
Fri June 29
Sat June 30
Sun July 1
Mon July 2
Tues July 3
Wed July 4
Thur July 5
Fri July 6
Sat July 7
Sun July 8
Mon July 9
Thur July 12
Fri July 13
Sat July 14
Sun July 15
Mon July 16
Tues July 17
Wed July 18
Thur July 19
Fri July 20
Sat July 21
Sun July 22
Mon July 23
Tues July 24
Wed July 25
Thur July 26
Fri July 27
Sat July 28
Sun July 29
Tues July 31
Wed Aug 1
Thur Aug 2
Fri Aug 3
Sat Aug 4
Sun Aug 5
Tues Aug 7
Wed Aug 8
Thur Aug 9
Fri Aug 10
Sat Aug 11
Sun Aug 12
Mon Aug 13
Tues Aug 14
Wed Aug 15
Thur Aug 16
Fri Aug 17
Sat Aug 18
Sun Aug 19
Mon Aug 20
Tues Aug 21
Wed Aug 22
Thur Aug 23
Fri Aug 24
Sat Aug 25
Sun Aug 26
Tues Aug 28
Wed Aug 29
Thur Aug 30
FriAug 31
Sat Sept 1
Sun Sept 2
Mon Sept 3

MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA

7:00
7:00
6:00
4:00
7:15
7:15
12:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
4:00
7:00
7:00
6:35
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
6:00
6:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
12:00
7:00
7:00
5:00
7:05
7:05
12:05
7:05
7:00
6:00
4:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
6:00
2:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:00
7:00
6:00
2:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:00
6:00
2:00

END REGULAR SEASON

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

9

MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS

LYNCHBURG HILLCATS

2012 SCHEDULE

2012 SCHEDULE
Fri April 6
Sat April 7
Sun April 8
Tues April 10
Wed April 11
Thur April 12
Fri April 13
Sat April 14
Sun April 15
Mon April 16
Tues April 17
Wed April 18
Thur April 19
Fri April 20
Sat April 21
Sun April 22
Mon April 23
Tues April 24
Wed April 25
Thur April 26
Fri April 27
Sat April 28
Sun April 29
Mon April 30
Tues May 1
Wed May 2
Thur May 3
Fri May 4
Sat May 5
Sun May 6
Tues May 8
Wed May 9
Thur May 10
Fri May 11
Sat May 12
Sun May 13
Mon May 14
Tues May 15
Wed May 16
Thur May 17
Fri May 18
Sat May 19
Sun May 20
Tues May 22
Wed May 23
Thur May 24
Fri May 25
Sat May 26
Sun May 27
Mon May 28
Tues May 29
Wed May 30
Thur May 31
Fri June 1
Sat June 2
Sun June 3
Mon June 4
Tues June 5
Wed June 6
Thur June 7
Fri June 8
Sat June 9
Sun June 10
Mon June 11
Tues June 12
Wed June 13
Thur June 14
Fri June 15
Sat June 16
Sun June 17

POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Salem
at Salem
SALEM
SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick

END FIRST HALF

10

CAROLINA LEAGUE

6:05
6:05
2:05
6:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
6:05
2:05
7:15
7:15
7:15
11:00
7:00
2:00
2:00
6:05
6:05
6:05
11:05
6:05
6:05
2:05
6:35
6:35
6:35
6:05
6:05
2:05
6:05
6:05
6:05
6:05
7:00
7:00
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
2:05
1:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
2:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
6:00
6:00

Thur June 21
Fri June 22
Sat June 23
Sun June 24
Mon June 25
Tues June 26
Wed June 27
Thur June 28
Fri June 29
Sat June 30
Sun July 1
Mon July 2
Tues July 3
Wed July 4
Thur July 5
Fri July 6
Sat July 7
Sun July 8
Mon July 9
Wed July 11
Thur July 12
Fri July 13
Sat July 14
Mon July 16
Tues July 17
Wed July 18
Thur July 19
Fri July 20
Sat July 21
Sun July 22
Mon July 23
Tues July 24
Wed July 25
Thur July 26
Fri July 27
Sat July 28
Sun July 29
Tues July 31
Wed Aug 1
Thur Aug 2
Fri Aug 3
Sat Aug 4
Sun Aug 5
Tues Aug 7
Wed Aug 8
Thur Aug 9
Fri Aug 10
Sat Aug 11
Sun Aug 12
Mon Aug 13
Tues Aug 14
Wed Aug 15
Thur Aug 16
Fri Aug 17
Sat Aug 18
Sun Aug 19
Mon Aug 20
Tues Aug 21
Wed Aug 22
Thur Aug 23
Fri Aug 24
Sat Aug 25
Sun Aug 26
Tues Aug 28
Wed Aug 29
Thur Aug 30
Fri Aug 31
Sat Sept 1
Sun Sept 2
Mon Sept 3

SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Salem
at Salem
SALEM
SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach

END REGULAR SEASON

7:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
5:00
7:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
12:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
6:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
6:05

Fri April 6
Sat April 7
Sun April 8
Tues April 10
Wed April 11
Thur April 12
Fri April 13
Sat April 14
Sun April 15
Mon April 16
Tues April 17
Wed April 18
Thur April 19
Fri April 20
Sat April 21
Sun April 22
Mon April 23
Tues April 24
Wed April 25
Thur April 26
Fri April 27
Sat April 28
Sun April 29
Mon April 30
Tues May 1
Wed May 2
Thur May 3
Fri May 4
Sat May 5
Sun May 6
Tues May 8
Wed May 9
Thur May 10
Fri May 11
Sat May 12
Sun May 13
Mon May 14
Tues May 15
Wed May 16
Thur May 17
Fri May 18
Sat May 19
Sun May 20
Tues May 22
Wed May 23
Thur May 24
Fri May 25
Sat May 26
Sun May 27
Mon May 28
Tues May 29
Wed May 30
Thur May 31
Fri June 1
Sat June 2
Sun June 3
Mon June 4
Tues June 5
Wed June 6
Thur June 7
Fri June 8
Sat June 9
Sun June 10
Mon June 11
Tues June 12
Wed June 13
Thur June 14
Fri June 15
Sat June 16
Sun June 17

WILMINGTON
WILMING ON
WILMINGTON
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC

END FIRST HALF

7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
11:00
6:05
6:05
2:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
3:05
7:00
7:00
12:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
6:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05

Thur June 21
Fri June 22
Sat June 23
Sun June 24
Mon June 25
Tues June 26
Wed June 27
Thur June 28
Fri June 29
Sat June 30
Sun July 1
Mon July 2
Tues July 3
Wed July 4
Thur July 5
Fri July 6
Sat July 7
Sun July 8
Mon July 9
Wed July 11
Thur July 12
Fri July 13
Sat July 14
Mon July 16
Tues July 17
Wed July 18
Thur July 19
Fri July 20
Sat July 21
Sun July 22
Mon July 23
Tues July 24
Wed July 25
Thur July 26
Fri July 27
Sat July 28
Sun July 29
Tues July 31
Wed Aug 1
Thur Aug 2
Fri Aug 3
Sat Aug 4
Sun Aug 5
Tues Aug 7
Wed Aug 8
Thur Aug 9
Fri Aug 10
Sat Aug 11
Sun Aug 12
Mon Aug 13
Tues Aug 14
Wed Aug 15
Thur Aug 16
Fri Aug 17
Sat Aug 18
Sun Aug 19
Mon Aug 20
Tues Aug 21
Wed Aug 22
Thur Aug 23
Fri Aug 24
Sat Aug 25
Sun Aug 26
Mon Aug 27
Tues Aug 28
Wed Aug 29
Thur Aug 30
Sat Sept 1
Sun Sept 2
Mon Sept 3

at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG

7:00
7:00
6:00
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
6:05
1:35
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
6:00
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
5:00
6:35
6:35
6:35
6:35
7:05
6:05
6:05

END REGULAR SEASON

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

11

SALEM RED SOX

POTOMAC NATIONALS
2012 SCHEDULE

2012 SCHEDULE
Fri April 6
Sat April 7
Sun April 8
Tues April 10
Wed April 11
Thur April 12
Fri April 13
Sat April 14
Sun April 15
Mon April 16
Tues April 17
Wed April 18
Thur April 19
Fri April 20
Sat April 21
Sun April 22
Mon April 23
Tues April 24
Wed April 25
Thur April 26
Fri April 27
Sat April 28
Sun April 29
Mon April 30
Tues May 1
Wed May 2
Thur May 3
Fri May 4
Sat May 5
Sun May 6
Tues May 8
Wed May 9
Thur May 10
Fri May 11
Sat May 12
Sun May 13
Mon May 14
Tues May 15
Wed May 16
Thur May 17
Fri May 18
Sat May 19
Sun May 20
Mon May 21
Tues May 22
Wed May 23
Fri May 25
Sat May 26
Sun May 27
Mon May 28
Tues May 29
Wed May 30
Thur May 31
Fri June 1
Sat June 2
Sun June 3
Mon June 4
Tues June 5
Wed June 6
Thur June 7
Fri June 8
Sat June 9
Sun June 10
Mon June 11
Tues June 12
Wed June 13
Thur June 14
Fri June 15
Sat June 16
Sun June 17

a t Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach

END FIRST HALF

12

CAROLINA LEAGUE

6:05
6:05
2:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:00
7:00
12:00
7:00
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
10:35
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
11:00
7:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
6:35
6:35
11:05
6:05
6:05
2:05
6:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05

Thur June 21
Fri June 22
Sat June 23
Sun June 24
Mon June 25
Tues June 26
Wed June 27
Thur June 28
Fri June 29
Sat June 30
Sun July 1
Mon July 2
Tues July 3
Wed July 4
Thur July 5
Fri July 6
Sat July 7
Sun July 8
Mon July 9
Wed July 11
Thur July 12
Fri July 13
Sat July 14
Mon July 16
Tues July 17
Wed July 18
Thur July 19
Fri July 20
Sat July 21
Sun July 22
Mon July 23
Tues July 24
Wed July 25
Thur July 26
Fri July 27
Sat July 28
Sun July 29
Tues July 31
Wed Aug 1
Thur Aug 2
Fri Aug 3
Sat Aug 4
Sun Aug 5
Tues Aug 7
Wed Aug 8
Thur Aug 9
Fri Aug 10
Sat Aug 11
Sun Aug 12
Mon Aug 13
Tues Aug 14
Wed Aug 15
Thur Aug 16
Fri Aug 17
Sat Aug 18
Sun Aug 19
Mon Aug 20
Tues Aug 21
Wed Aug 22
Thur Aug 23
Fri Aug 24
Sat Aug 25
Sun Aug 26
Tues Aug 28
Wed Aug 29
Thur Aug 30
Fri Aug 31
Sat Sept 1
Sun Sept 2
Mon Sept 3

WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington

END REGULAR SEASON

7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:00
7:15
7:15
6:35
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
12:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
6:00
4:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
5:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
12:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:15
6:05
1:35
1:05

Fri April 6
Sat April 7
Sun April 8
Tues April 10
Wed April 11
Thur April 12
Fri April 13
Sat April 14
Sun April 15
Mon April 16
Tues April 17
Wed April 18
Thur April 19
Fri April 20
Sat April 21
Sun April 22
Mon April 23
Tues April 24
Wed April 25
Thur April 26
Fri April 27
Sat April 28
Sun April 29
Mon April 30
Tues May 1
Wed May 2
Thur May 3
Fri May 4
Sat May 5
Sun May 6
Tues May 8
Wed May 9
Thur May 10
Fri May 11
Sat May 12
Sun May 13
Mon May 14
Tues May 15
Wed May 16
Thur May 17
Fri May 18
Sat May 19
Sun May 20
Tues May 22
Wed May 23
Thur May 24
Fri May 25
Sat May 26
Sun May 27
Mon May 28
Tues May 29
Wed May 30
Thur May 31
Fri June 1
Sat June 2
Sun June 3
Mon June 4
Tues June 5
Wed June 6
Thur June 7
Fri June 8
Sat June 9
Sun June 10
Mon June 11
Tues June 12
Wed June 13
Thur June 14
Fri June 15
Sat June 16
Sun June 17

at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA

END FIRST HALF

7:00
2:00
2:00
6:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
6:35
6:35
6:35
6:35
7:00
7:00
2:00
7:05
11:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
3:05
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
11:00
7:05
7:00
6:00
6:00
1:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:35
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05

Thur June 21
Fri June 22
Sat June 23
Sun June 24
Mon June 25
Tues June 26
Wed June 27
Thur June 28
Fri June 29
Sat June 30
Sun July 1
Mon July 2
Tues July 3
Wed July 4
Thur July 5
Fri July 6
Sat July 7
Sun July 8
Mon July 9
Wed July 11
Thur July 12
Fri July 13
Sat July 14
Mon July 16
Tues July 17
Wed July 18
Thur July 19
Fri July 20
Sat July 21
Sun July 22
Mon July 23
Tues July 24
Wed July 25
Thur July 26
Fri July 27
Sat July 28
Sun July 29
Tues July 31
Wed Aug 1
Thur Aug 2
Fri Aug 3
Sat Aug 4
Sun Aug 5
Tues Aug 7
Wed Aug 8
Thur Aug 9
Fri Aug 10
Sat Aug 11
Sun Aug 12
Mon Aug 13
Tues Aug 14
Wed Aug 15
Thur Aug 16
Fri Aug 17
Sat Aug 18
Sun Aug 19
Mon Aug 20
Tues Aug 21
Wed Aug 22
Thur Aug 23
Fri Aug 24
Sat Aug 25
Sun Aug 26
Tues Aug 28
Wed Aug 29
Thur Aug 30
Fri Aug 31
Sat Sept 1
Sun Sept 2
Mon Sept 3

at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM

7:05
7:05
6:05
5:00
7:00
7:00
12:00
7:05
7:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
7:15
7:15
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
12:00
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:15
6:15
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
1:05

END REGULAR SEASON

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

13

WINSTON-SALEM DASH

WILMINGTON BLUE ROCKS
2012 SCHEDULE

2012 SCHEDULE
Fri April 6
Sat April 7
Sun April 8
Mon April 9
Tues April 10
Wed April 11
Fri April 13
Sat April 14
Sun April 15
Mon April 16
Tues April 17
Wed April 18
Thur April 19
Fri April 20
Sat April 21
Sun April 22
Mon April 23
Tues April 24
Wed April 25
Thur April 26
Fri April 27
Sat April 28
Sun April 29
Mon April 30
Tues May 1
Wed May 2
Thur May 3
Fri May 4
Sat May 5
Sun May 6
Tues May 8
Wed May 9
Thur May 10
Fri May 11
Sat May 12
Sun May 13
Mon May 14
Tues May 15
Wed May 16
Thur May 17
Fri May 18
Sat May 19
Sun May 20
Mon May 21
Tues May 22
Wed May 23
Fri May 25
Sat May 26
Sun May 27
Mon May 28
Tues May 29
Wed May 30
Thur May 31
Fri June 1
Sat June 2
Sun June 3
Mon June 4
Tues June 5
Wed June 6
Thur June 7
Fri June 8
Sat June 9
Sun June 10
Mon June 11
Tues June 12
Wed June 13
Thur June 14
Fri June 15
Sat June 16
Sun June 17

at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM

END FIRST HALF

14

CAROLINA LEAGUE

7:05
7:05
6:05
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:05
6:05
1:35
6:35
6:35
11:05
7:00
7:00
7:00
2:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
6:35
6:35
6:35
6:35
7:05
6:35
1:05
6:35
6:35
6:35
7:00
6:00
2:00
6:05
6:05
6:05
6:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
6:35
6:35
11:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:00
7:15
7:15
7:15
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:00
7:00
5:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35

Thur June 21
Fri June 22
Sat June 23
Sun June 24
Mon June 25
Tues June 26
Wed June 27
Thur June 28
Fri June 29
Sat June 30
Sun July 1
Mon July 2
Tues July 3
Wed July 4
Thur July 5
Fri July 6
Sat July 7
Sun July 8
Mon July 9
Wed July 11
Thur July 12
Fri July 13
Sat July 14
Mon July 16
Tues July 17
Wed July 18
Thur July 19
Fri July 20
Sat July 21
Sun July 22
Mon July 23
Tues July 24
Wed July 25
Thur July 26
Fri July 27
Sat July 28
Sun July 29
Tues July 31
Wed Aug 1
Thur Aug 2
Fri Aug 3
Sat Aug 4
Sun Aug 5
Tues Aug 7
Wed Aug 8
Thur Aug 9
Fri Aug 10
Sat Aug 11
Sun Aug 12
Mon Aug 13
Tues Aug 14
Wed Aug 15
Thur Aug 16
Fri Aug 17
Sat Aug 18
Sun Aug 19
Mon Aug 20
Tues Aug 21
Wed Aug 22
Thur Aug 23
Fri Aug 24
Sat Aug 25
Sun Aug 26
Mon Aug 27
Tues Aug 28
Wed Aug 29
Thur Aug 30
Sat Sept 1
Sun Sept 2
Mon Sept 3

at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Winston-Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
WINSTON-SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
POTOMAC

END REGULAR SEASON

7:15
7:15
6:15
1:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
12:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:05
6:05
4:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:05
7:05
12:05
7:05
7:05
6:05
1:35
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
6:05
6:05
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at Carolina
at Carolina
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
POTOMAC
POTOMAC
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at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
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SALEM
SALEM
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
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MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
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at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
at Carolina
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
FREDERICK
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
at Myrtle Beach
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WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
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at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Wilmington
at Potomac
at Potomac
at Potomac
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Frederick
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
at Lynchburg
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
MYRTLE BEACH
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
at Salem
at Salem
at Salem

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CAROLINA
MUDCATS

CAROLINA
MUDCATS
PRESIDENT/ MAJORITY OWNER

CONTACT INFORMATION
Stadium Name: Five County Stadium
Stadium Address: 1501 NC Hwy 39, Zebulon, NC 27597
Mailing Address: PO Drawer 1218, Zebulon, NC 27597
Telephone: (919) 269-2287
Fax: (919) 269-4910
Email: muddy@carolinamudcats.com
Website: www.carolinamudcats.com
Media Contact: Darren Headrick
Press Box Phone: (919) 269-2287
Visiting Club Hotel: Hampton Inn Wake Forest NC
12318 Wake Union Church Road
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Visiting Club Hotel Phone: 919-554-0222

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE
Operated by: Carolina Mudcats Professional Baseball Club
Majority Owner/President: Steve Bryant
General Manager: Joe Kremer
Assistant General Manager: Eric Gardner
Director of Merchandising: Anne Allen
Director of Video Operations & Multimedia Productions/Website:
Aaron Bayles
Group Sales Associate/Luxury Suites: Everette Blackman
Director of Ticket Operations: Stephen Boham
Office Manager: Jackie DiPrimo
Asst. Director of Food & Beverage: Todd Feneley
Director of Broadcasting/Media Relations: Darren Headrick
Stadium Operations: Vinny Jones
Director of Food & Beverage: Dwayne Lucas
Group Sales Associates: Lindsey Lynch, Britni Holman
Director of Promotions & Marketing: Sean Nickelsen
Director of Field Operations: John Packer
Promotions & Social Networking: Matt Poloni
Director of External Affairs and Corporate Development: Ricky Ray
Director of Group Sales: Chris Signorelli
Director of Stadium Operations: Daniel Spence

FIELD STAFF
Manager: Edwin Rodriguez
Pitching Coach: Scott Erickson
Hitting Coach: Scooter Tucker
Athletic Trainer: Jeremy Heller
Strength Coach: Jake Sankal
Clubhouse Manager: Kevin Bryant
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CAROLINA LEAGUE

For Steve Bryant, baseball is passion, devotion and
the relentless pursuit of perfection. Ever since he bought
the Double-A Columbus Astros in 1988, he has been
working steadily towards creating the ideal environment for
professional baseball.
Bryant’s initial step was to relocate the newly named
Mudcats franchise from Columbus, GA, to Zebulon, NC, in
1991, and with that single move, he laid the groundwork for
Steve Bryant
President
an incredible minor league success story.
The team was an immediate hit as attendance soared.
Hot souvenir sales touched on a logo-merchandising powder keg. By 1995,
accumulated talent helped Bryant’s team claim its first Southern League
Championship. And in 1996, the Mudcats received Baseball America’s Bob
Freitas Award for unmatched excellence at the Double-A level. Still, Bryant
was not satisfied. He wanted a top-flight facility. All told, after three phases of
construction, Bryant now has in place the Five County Stadium he always has
envisioned.

GENERAL MANAGER
Joe Kremer is beginning his 23rd season at the helm of the
Carolina Mudcats franchise. In 1992, just one year after moving
the team to Zebulon, N.C., from Columbus, GA, Kremer received
Southern League Executive of the Year honors. He followed that
accomplishment with identical hardware in 1993, 1995, 2005 and
again in 2008. By 1996, Kremer and the team had earned Baseball
America’s Bob Freitas Award for outstanding organizational
achievement and success at the Double A level.
Joe Kremer
Before joining the Mudcats, the West Lafayette, Indiana native
General Manager
worked with the Triple-A Nashville Sounds in 1985 and 1986 and
was assistant general manager of the Double-A Huntsville Stars during 1987 and
1988. A 1983 graduate of Purdue University with a BA in Fine Arts, Kremer and his
wife Kathy reside in Wake Forest with their two daughters, Katie, 20, and Karli, 18.

THE MANAGER
Edwin Rodriguez enters first season at Class-A Carolina and
first season in the Indians organization. He was the first Puerto
Rico-born manager in Major League Baseball history, compiling
a record of 78-85 over his two seasons as Manager of the Florida
Marlins in 2010-2011. Prior to his stint as Marlins skipper, he managed in the Florida Player Development System from 2005-2010,
first joining the South Florida organization in 2004 as hitting coach
for the then Double A Carolina Mudcats. Rodriguez also managed
Edwin Rodriguez
the Rookie level Princeton Devil Rays from 2000-2002. Prior to
Manager (1st yr)
joining the Tampa Bay organization as a coach, he served as a
scout with the Minnesota Twins from 1989 to 1996.
Rodriguez was signed by the New York Yankees as a minor league free agent in
1980 and made his professional debut with the GCL Yankees. He made his Major
League debut on September 28, 1982 with the New York Yankees, and played parts
of three seasons with the Yankees and San Diego Padres. In his minor league career,
Rodriguez hit .262 over parts of seven seasons.
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STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION

Name: Five County Stadium
Year Built: 1991
Capacity: 6,500
Dimensions: LF: 330 CF: 400
RF: 309
Ticket Office Hours: Non-Game
Days: 9-5
Individual Ticket Prices:
$12.50 , $11, $10, $9, $6
Directions:
From North Raleigh/RDU and
points west: I-540 East to US 64/
US 264 Bypass East (Exit 26B).
merge onto US 264 East (Exit 436).
Take Hwy. 39 exit (Exit 21) and turn
right; the stadium is on the right.
From Raleigh: I-440 Beltline to US 64/US 264 Bypass East (exit 14).
Merge onto US 264 East (Exit 436) to Hwy. 39 exit (Exit 21) and turn right.
From Rocky Mount/Emporia, Va. and points north: I-95 to US 64 West
to Stadium Exit at Hwy. 39. Left on Hwy. 39; 3 1/2 miles to stadium.
From Smithfield and points south: US 301 to Hwy. 39 (just north of
Selma). Left on Hwy. 39; the stadium is on the left.
From Wilson and points east: US 264 West to Stadium Exit at Hwy. 39
(Exit 21). Left on Hwy. 39; the stadium is on the right.

MEDIA INFORMATION

Flagship Radio: WDWG-FM 98.5 – The Big Dawg
Station Phone: 252-985-3294
Radio Announcer: Darren Headrick
No. of Games Broadcast: All
Webcast Info: www.carolinamudcats.com
Newspaper: Independent Weekly
Beat Writer: Mike Potter
Phone: (919) 630-0115
Fax: (919) 425-4998
Official Scorer: John Hobgood
PA Announcer: Ricky Ray

TEAM INFORMATION

Years in Carolina League: 0 (first CL season) Division: Southern
2011 Record (Kinston Indians):
First Half: 38-31 (2nd in South)
Second Half: 38-31 (1st in South, Lost in Mills Cup Championship Series
to Frederick, 3-1)
Overall: 76-62

FORMER STANDOUTS (Southern League)
ACTIVE
SL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
Tim Wakefield
1991, 93 Bos 154.2 IP/ 7-8/ 93 K
Bronson Arroyo
1998
Cin 199 IP/9-12/ 108 K
Juan Pierre
2000
ChiW .279 /17 2B/ 50 RBI
Miguel Cabrera
2003
Det *161 G/ *48 2B/*.344
Matt Holliday
2002
StL .296/ 22 HR/ 75 RBI/ 36 2B
FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS
Tony Womack
1993, 1995 Pit, Ari, Col, ChC, StL, NYY, Cin (1993-2006)
Kris Benson
1997
Pit, NYM, Bal, Tex, Ari (1999-2010)
Esteban Loaiza
1993-94 Pit, Tex, Tor, ChW, NYY, Was, Oak, LAD

(1995-2008)
Jon Lieber
1993-94 Pit, ChC, NYY, Phi (1994-2008)

CAROLINA MUDCATS
CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .361 – Dave Sappelt, 2010
Hits: 154 – Emil Brown,1998
Doubles: 42 – Gaby Sanchez, 2008
Triples: 13 – Chase Sanford,1996
Home Runs: 24 – Josh Willingham,
2004
Runs Batted In: 102 – George Canale,
1995
Stolen Bases: 48 – Elvis Pena, 2000
Wins: 15 - Elmer Dessens, 1995
Losses: 15 – Tim Wakefield, 1991; Mike
Zimmerman, 1992
Strikeouts: 172 – Shawn Chacon, 2000
Walks: 85 – Jeffrey Kelly, 1997
Innings Pitched: 183 – Tim Wakefield,
1991
Earned Run Average: 1.58 – Ryan
Tucker, 2008
Saves: 28 – Chris Mobley, 2008

Note: This is the Carolina Mudcats’ first
season in the Carolina League. Club
records are for the team’s tenure in the
Southern League.
See page 52 for Kinston Indians records
and 2011 leaders.

AFFILIATE INFORMATION

Major League Affiliation: Cleveland Indians
First Year of Affiliation: 2012
Address: 2401 Ontario Street; Cleveland, OH 44115
Phone: (216) 420-4200
Fax: (216) 420-4396
Web site: www.clevelandindians.com
Owner: Lawrence Dolan
CEO: Paul J. Dolan
President: Mark Shapiro
Exec. V.P. & General Manager: Chris Antonetti
Vice President, Scouting Operations : John Mirabelli
Vice President of Player Development: Ross Atkins
Director of Player Personnel: Steve Lubratich
Director of Baseball Administration: Wendy Hoppel
Farm System:
Class AAA: Columbus Clippers, International League
Class AA: Akron Aeros, Eastern League
Class A Advanced: Carolina Mudcats, Carolina League
Class A: Lake County Captains, South Atlantic League
Short A: Mahoning Valley Scrappers, New York-Penn League
Rookie: AZL Indians, Arizona League;

DSL Indians, Dominican Summer League
TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Francisco Lindor
ss
Mahoning Valley
2. Dillon Howard
rhp
dnp
3. Nick Hagadone
lhp
Akron, Columbus, Cleveland
4. Chen Lee
rhp
Akron, Columbus
5. Luigi Rodriguez
of
Lake County
6. Zach McAllister
rhp
Columbus, Cleveland
7. Tony Wolters
ss
Mahoning Valley
8. Austin Adams
rhp
Akron
9. Scott Barnes
lhp
Akron, Columbus
10. Zach Putnam
rhp
Columbus, Cleveland

* Led League

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FREDERICK
KEYS

FREDERICK
KEYS
REPRESENTING OWNERSHIP

CONTACT INFORMATION
Stadium Address: 21 Stadium Drive; Frederick, MD 21703
Telephone: (301) 662-0013 • Fax: (301) 662-0018
Email: info@frederickkeys.com • Website: www.frederickkeys.com
Media Contact: Adam Pohl • Press Box Phone: (301) 662-0013
Visiting Club Hotel: Comfort Inn Frederick; 7300 Executive Way;
Frederick, MD 21704
Visiting Club Hotel Phone: (301) 668-7272

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE
Operated by: Maryland Baseball Holding, LLC
President: Ken Young
General Manager: Dave Ziedelis
Assistant General Manager: Branden McGee
Assitant General Manager: Adam Pohl
Director of Ticket Sales: Jeff Wiggins
Public Relations Assistant: Derek LeComte
Account Managers: Matt Miller, Maggie Dignan, Alyssa Moore
Creative Production Manager: Matt Houston
Marketing & Sponsorship Assistant: Bridget McCabe
Box Office Manager: Felicia Adamus
Head Groundskeeper: Brannon Burks
Stadium Operations Manager: Travis Watts
Promotions Manager: Brandon Apter
Finance Director: Tami Hetrick
Office Manager: Barb Freund
Ovations Food Services, General Manager: Anita Clarke
Group Sales Assistant: Joe Welch
Box Office Assistant: Catharine Larkin
Groundskeeping Assistant: Brian Eiche

FIELD STAFF
Manager: Orlando Gomez
Pitching Coach: Blaine Beatty
Coach: Jose Hernandez
Athletic Trainer: Patrick Wesley
Clubhouse Manager: Aaron Boone

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

Ken Young became the President of the Frederick Keys
when his ownership group purchased the club along with the
Bowie Baysox in the fall of 2006.
Ken has been in the recreational food business for more
than 30 years since graduating from Penn State University
in 1972. Young has worked with numerous Major League
stadiums, arenas, and national and international events
including the Super Bowl, The World Series, and the
Ken Young
Olympics.
President
In 1993, Young became President of the Norfolk Tides, the
year the team moved into Harbor Park. Young put together
an investor group a year earlier to purchase the club from the New York Mets.
Since taking over day-to-day control of the Tides, the club has experienced
unprecedented success, averaging in excess of 500,000 fans a year.
In 2003, Young led an investment group that purchased the Calgary Cannons.
That club moved into a new stadium in 2003 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where
it has averaged 600,000 fans a year.
Young also is on the Board of Trustees of Minor League Baseball, and heads
up licensing operations for college football’s Outback Bowl in Tampa, FL.

GENERAL MANAGER

Named the Calvin Falwell Executive of the Year in 2011, Dave
Ziedelis was recognized as the top GM in the Carolina League
last season. Instrumental in orchestrating a new ten-year lease
with the city of Frederick, Ziedelis helped ensure the Keys will
stay in Frederick through 2021.
Ziedelis is in his 24th year in professional sports and has been
the GM in Frederick since 2004. Dave has overseen more than
$5 million in stadium renovations since his arrival in Frederick.
Before coming to the Keys, Dave was with the Quad City River
Dave Ziedelis
General Manager
Bandits, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Single-A affiliate for five years
while most recently serving as the team’s Vice-President/General
Manager. While in that role, Ziedelis was instrumental in the design, construction and
implementation of a $14 million state-of-the-art stadium renovation.
Dave started his career in 1989 with the San Diego Padres, and after several years
with the Padres, he moved on to America’s Cup ’95 Professional Yacht Racing. Dave
is a 1988 graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, and a native to the Boston
area. Dave currently resides in Frederick with his wife Kim and daughter Katelin.

THE MANAGER

In 2011, Orlando Gomez guided the Frederick Keys to their best
season in franchise history, an 80-59 regular season finish capped
by the team’s fourth Carolina League championship, and received
the organization’s Cal Ripken Sr. Player Development Award.
In 2011, Gomez became the Keys’ all-time wins leader with 152,
surpassing Bien Figueroa. He is currently second all-time in win
percentage for the Keys, just behind former big league manager
Pete Mackanin.
A product of Juan Diaz, Puerto Rico, Gomez played 13 minor
Orlando Gomez
league seasons in the New York Yankees and Oakland Athletics
Manager (3rd yr)
systems. His first managerial job came in 1977 as skipper of Medicine Hat in the Pioneer League. Gomez also worked for the Texas Rangers, Seattle
Mariners and Tampa Bay Rays, serving as a scout and later a bullpen coach for each
big league team. In 17 managerial seasons, he has accumulated 935 wins.

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FREDERICK KEYS

FREDERICK KEYS
STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION

Name: Harry Grove
Stadium
Year Built: 1990
Capacity: 5,400
Dimensions:
LF-325 CF-400
RF-325
Ticket Office Phone:
(301) 815-9939
Ticket Office Hours:
Open 9 a.m. game days, 10 a.m. Saturdays. M-F 9-5.
Individual Game Prices: $11, $9, $8. $5 GA for Youth, Seniors and Military
Directions: I-270 North, Exit 32 - Route 70 East. Exit 54 from Route 70
East, Right at 2nd light onto Market Street. Left onto Stadium Drive.
I-70 West to Frederick, MD, Exit 54. Turn left at the first traffic light and then
right onto Stadium Drive. The parking lot and stadium will be on the right.

MEDIA INFORMATION

CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .348 – Harry Berrios, 1994
Hits: 156 – Curtis Goodwin, 1993
Doubles: 35 – Doug Gredvig, 2001; Brandon
Waring, 2009
Triples: 10 – Curtis Goodwin, 1993; Tony Beasley, 1991
Home Runs: 29 – Stanton Cameron, 1992
Total Bases: 246 – Brandon Waring, 2009
Runs Batted In: 104 – Johnny Isom, 1996
Stolen Bases: 81 – Tim Raines, Jr., 2000
Wins: 14 – Rick Forney, 1993; Zachery Kerr, 1990
Losses: 14 – Chuck Ricci, 1991
Strikeouts: 175 – Rick Forney, 1993
Walks: 86 – Adam Loewen, 2005
Innings Pitched: 182.1 – Terry Farrar, 1992
Earned Run Average: 2.70 – Zachary Britton,
2009
Saves: 32 – Sean Gleason, 2011

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .255– Miguel Abreu
Hits: 97 – Dale Mollenhauer
Doubles: 26 – Steven Bumbry
Triples: 3 – Miguel Abreu, Steven Bumbry, Manny
Machado
Home Runs: 13 – Tyler Townsend
Total Bases: 156 – Steven Bumbry
Runs Batted In: 50 –Tyler Townsend
Stolen Bases: 31 – Miguel Abreu
Wins: 11 – Robert Bundy, Nathan Moreau
Losses: 12 – Nathan Moreau
Strikeouts: 106 – Nathan Moreau
Walks: 60 – Nathan Moreau
Innings Pitched: 141.0 – Nathan Moreau
Earned Run Average: 2.75 – Robert Bundy
Saves: 32 – Sean Gleason

AFFILIATE INFORMATION
Major League Affiliate: Baltimore Orioles
First Year Of Affiliation: 1989
Address: 333 West Camden Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: (410) 685-9800
Fax: (410) 547-6272
Web site: www.baltimoreorioles.com

Flagship Radio Station: WTHU 1450 AM
Radio Announcer: Adam Pohl/Tim Murray
No. of games broadcast: 140 games
Webcast Info: www.frederickkeys.com
Newspaper: Frederick News-Post
Beat Writer: Greg Swatek
Phone: (301) 662-1177
Official Scorers: Bob Roberson, Dennis Hetrick, Dave Musil
PA Announcer: Andy Redmond

TEAM INFORMATION

Owner: Peter Angelos
Executive VP, Baseball Operations: Dan Duquette
Director, Player Personnel: John Stockstill
Director, Pitching Development: Rick Peterson
Director, Scouting: Gary Rajsch

FORMER STANDOUTS

Farm System
Class AAA: Norfolk Tides, International League
Class AA: Bowie Baysox, Eastern League
Class A Advanced: Frederick Keys, Carolina League
Class A: Delmarva Shorebirds, South Atlantic League
Short A: Aberdeen IronBirds, New York-Penn League
Rookie: GCL Orioles, Gulf Coast League;

Dominican Summer League Orioles

Years In Carolina League: 23
Division: Northern
2011 Record:
First Half: 41-28 (1st in North) Second Half: 39-31 (1st in North)
Overall: 80-59
Northern Division Playoffs: Defeated Potomac 3-2
Mills Cup Championship: Defeated Kinston 3-1

ACTIVE

CL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
Brian Roberts
2000 Bal .221
Arthur Rhodes
1989-90 StL World Series 1 IP
Nick Markakis
2005
Bal .284/ 15 HR/ 73 RBI/ 72 Runs
Jerry Hairston, Jr.
1997-98 Was/Mil .270/43 R/ 31 rbi
Jayson Werth
1999-00 Phi 150 G/ .232/ 19SB/ 20 HR/ 26 2b
Matt Wieters
2008 Bal .262/ 139G/ 22 HR / 68 RBI
David Hernandez
2007 Arz 5-3, 11 Svs
Jake Arietta
2008 Bal 119.1 IP/ 10-8/ 93 Ks
Zach Britton
2009 Bal 154.1 IP/ 11-11/ 97 Ks/ MLB Debut
Nolan Reimold
2005-6 Bal .247/ 13 HR
Jim Johnson
2005 Bal 91 IP/ 6-5/ 9 Svs
FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS
Armando Benitez
1993 Bal, NYM, NYY, Sea, Fla, SFG, Tor

(1994-2008)
David Segui
1989 Bal, NYM, Mtl, Sea, Tor, Cle, Tex(1990-04)
Ben McDonald
1989 Bal, Mil (1989-97)
Joe Borowski
1992-93 Bal, Atl, NYY, ChiC, Fla, Cle (1995-2008)

TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Dylan Bundy
rhp
dnp
2. Manny Machado
ss
Delmarva, Frederick
3. Jonathan Schoop
inf
Delmarva, Frederick
4. Parker Bridwell
rhp
Aberdeen, Delmarva
5. L.J. Hoes
of/2b
Frederick, Bowie
6. Nicky Delmonico
3b/1b
dnp
7. Ryan Flaherty
inf/of
Tennessee Smokies, Iowa Cubs
8. Jason Esposito
3b
dnp
9. Xavier Avery
of
Bowie
10. Dan Klein
rhp
Frederick, Bowie

* Led League

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LYNCHBURG
HILLCATS

LYNCHBURG
HILLCATS
REPRESENTING OWNERSHIP

CONTACT INFORMATION
Stadium Address: 3180 Fort Avenue; Lynchburg, VA 24501
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10213; Lynchburg, VA 24506-0213
Telephone: (434) 528-1144
Fax: (434) 846-0768
Email: info@lynchburg-hillcats.com
Website: www.lynchburg-hillcats.com
Media Contact: Erik Wilson
Press Box Phone: (434) 528-1144
Visiting Club Hotel: Best Western; 2815 Candlers Mountain Road;
Lynchburg, VA 24501
Visiting Club Hotel Phone: (434) 237-2986

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE
Operated by: Lynchburg Baseball Corp.
President: C. Rex Angel
General Manager: Paul Sunwall
Assistant General Manager: Ronnie Roberts
Head Groundskeeper/Sales: Darren Johnson
Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations: Erik Wilson
Director of Concessions: Zach Willis
Director of Group Sales: Brad Goodale
Director of Ticketing Operations: John Hutt
Director of Promotions: Ashley Stephenson
Office Manager: Diane Tucker

FIELD STAFF
Manager: Luis Salazar
Pitching Coach: Derek Botelho
Hitting Coach: Bobby Moore
Trainer: Ty Cobbs
Clubhouse Manager: Mike Jech

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

An avid baseball fan, Rex Angel has held administration positions
with the Lynchburg Babe Ruth League, Central Virginia Connie
Mack League, and has served as the accountant for Lynchburg
Baseball Corp. since its inception in 1965. In 1978, he became
a stockholder and was later named Vice President, Director, and
member of the Executive Committee. In November 2009, he
was named President of Lynchburg Baseball Corp. Rex served
in the U.S. Army from 1950-1952 during the Korean Conflict.
Rex Angel
He graduated from Lynchburg College in 1956 with a degree in
President
Business Administration and began a public accounting career by
joining a local accounting firm. He is a Certified Public Accountant, and as a partner in
the national accounting firm of Coopers & Lybrand (now PriceWaterhouse Coopers) he
served as an audit partner until his retirement in 1990. He is a member of the Chestnut
Hill Baptist Church where he serves as Trustee, Deacon, and Treasurer. Rex and his
wife Rita have three daughters, five grandchildren and two step-grandchildren.

GENERAL MANAGER

Paul Sunwall enters his 33rd year in baseball and his
25th season as Hillcats GM, making him the most tenured
front office member in the CL. Paul was honored as the CL
Executive of the Year in 1995 and 2009.
Originally from Iowa, Paul is a graduate of Southwest
Minnesota State University (1975) with a degree in business
administration. Paul enjoys playing golf and is an avid tennis
player, participating in local USTA league competition.
Paul Sunwall
He served in the US Air Force from 1968-72 and is pastGeneral Manager
president of the Lynchburg Kiwanis Club.
Paul and his wife Barbara have two sons, Anders and Adam.

THE MANAGER

Luis Salazar, 55, enters his second season in the Braves
organization after serving as the Los Angeles Dodgers
Class AA hitting coach for three seasons (2007-09). After
recovering from a severe eye injury suffered when he
was struck by a foul ball in spring training, Salazar piloted
the Hillcats to a 60-78 record and third-place finish in the
Northern Division in both halves of the 2011 season. In 2006,
he managed the Class A Advanced Vero Beach Dodgers
Luis Salazar
and was hitting coach for Venezuela in the World Baseball
Manager (2nd yr)
Classic. Salazar also managed the Gulf Coast League
Dodgers for four seasons (2002-05), winning an East Division title in 2002.
Prior to his time in the Dodgers organization, Salazar spent seven years
in the Milwaukee Brewers system, serving as a minor league manager and
coach and as the Major League first base coach. He began his coaching
career with Chandler in the Rookie-level Arizona League in 1995, then spent
two seasons as manager of Class Low A Beloit before becoming the Brewers
Class AAA hitting coach over the next three years.     
Salazar spent 13 seasons in the Major Leagues (1980-92), with the San
Diego Padres, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers and Chicago Cubs. He
played every position except catcher, including two appearances as a pitcher.
In 1,302 Major League games he compiled a .261 batting average with 94
home runs and 455 RBI.
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LYNCHBURG HILLCATS
STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION

Name: Lynchburg City Stadium
Year Built: 1939 / 2004
Capacity: 4,281
Dimensions: LF-325 CF-390
RF-325
Ticket Office Phone:
(434) 528-1144
Ticket Office Hours: M-F 9-5
and one hour prior to game
time.
Individual Game Prices:
Reserved: $9 adult, $7 children
(5-14), $7 seniors (60+), GA: $8
adult, $6 children (5-14), $6 seniors
Directions: US 29 South to Exit 4. US 29 North to Exit 6. Follow signs.

MEDIA INFORMATION

Flagship Radio Station: WKDE 105.5 FM
Station Phone: (434) 369-5588
Radio Announcer: Erik Wilson
No. Games Broadcast: All
Webcast Info: www.lynchburg-hillcats.com
Newspaper: The Lynchburg News and Advance
Beat Writer: Chris Lang
Phone: (434) 385-5500
Fax: (434) 385-5538
Press Box Staff:
Official Scorers: Malcolm Haley, Chuck Young
PA Announcer: Chuck Young
Years In Carolina League: 47
Division: Northern
Retired Numbers: Jim Bibby (26)
2011 Record:
First Half: 30-40 (3rd in North) Second Half: 30-38 (3rd in North)
Overall: 60-78

FORMER STANDOUTS
CL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
1997
ChiC .306/ 173 H/ 26 HR/ 35 2B/ 93 RBI
1997
Cin 32 G/ 199 IP/ 9-12/ 108 Ks
2004
Pit 21 G/ 76.2 IP/ 3-4/
2003
Tor 149 G/ .302/ *43 HR/ 103 RBI/ 155 H

FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS
Darryl Strawberry
1981
Dwight Gooden
1983
Rick Aguilera
1984
Randy Myers
1984
Kevin Mitchell
1982
John Valentin
1989
Lenny Dykstra
1983
Jeff Reardon
1977
Wally Backman
1978
Trot Nixon
1994
Jose Guillen
1996

NYM, LAD, SF, NYY (1983-99)
NYM, NYY, Cle, Hou, TB (1984-00)
NYM, Min, Bos, ChiC (1985-00)
NYM, Cin, SD, ChiC, Bal, Tor (1985-98)
NYM, SD, SF, Sea, Cin, Bos, Cle, Oak(1984-98)
Bos, NYY (1992-2002)
NYM, Phi (1985-96)
NYM, Mon, Min, Bos, Atl, Cin, NYY (1979-84)
NYM, Pit, Phi. Sea (1980-93)
Bos, Cle, NYM (1996-2008)
Pit, Ari, TB, Cin, Oak, Ana, Was, Sea, KC,
SF (1997-2010)
* Led League

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CLUB RECORDS
Batting: . .370 – Jim Negrych, 2008
Hits: 188 – Lenny Dykstra, 1983
Doubles: 52 – Joseph Terdoslavich, 2011
Triples: 16 – Frank Grundler, 1974
Home Runs: 30 – Randy Bass, 1974
Total Bases: 264 – Lenny Dykstra, 1983
Runs Batted In: 114 – Aramis Ramirez,
1997
Stolen Bases: 105 – Lenny Dykstra, 1983
Wins: 19 – Dwight Gooden, 1983
Losses: 15 – Andy Bausher, 1999
Strikeouts: 300 – Dwight Gooden, 1983
Walks: 121 – Bobby Buford, 1975
Innings Pitched: 220 – James Koering,
1970
Earned Run Average: 1.69 – Kyle
Hartshorn, 1985
Saves: 32 – Cory Bailey, 1992

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .311 – Andrelton Simmons
Hits: 161– Andrelton Simmons
Doubles: 52 – Joseph Terdoslavich
Triples: 6 – Philip Gosselin, Andrelton
Simmons, L.V. Ware
Home Runs: 20 – Joseph Terdoslavich
Total Bases: 254 –Joseph Terdoslavich
Runs Batted In: 82 – Joseph Terdoslavich
Stolen Bases: 26 – Andrelton Simmons
Wins: 9 – Dimasther Delgado, Chris Masters
Losses: 9 – Zeke Spruill
Strikeouts: 122 – Chris Masters
Walks: 65 – Chris Masters
Innings Pitched: 148.1 – Chris Masters
Earned Run Average: 3.19 – Zeke Spruill
Saves: 15 – Ryan Buchter

AFFILIATE INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

ACTIVE

Aramis Ramirez
Bronson Arroyo
Zach Duke
Jose Bautista

LYNCHBURG HILLCATS

Major League Affiliate: Atlanta Braves
First Year of Affiliation: 2010
Address: 755 Hank Aaron Drive, Atlanta,
GA 30312
Phone: (404) 522-7630
Fax: (404) 614-1391
Website: www.atlantabraves.com
Owner: Liberty Media
President: John Schuerholz
Executive V.P./General Manager : Frank Wren
Asst. GM and Director, Player Development : Bruce J. Manno
Director of Scouting: Tony DeMacio
Director of Minor League Operations: Ronnie Richardson
Farm System:
Class AAA: Gwinnett Braves, International League
Class AA: Mississippi Braves, Southern League
Class A Advanced: Lynchburg Hillcats, Carolina League
Class A: Rome Braves, South Atlantic League
Rookie: Danville Braves, Appalachian League
Rookie: GCL Braves, Gulf Coast League

DSL Braves, Dominican Summer League

TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Julio Teheran
rhp
Gwinnett, Atlanta
2. Arodys Vizcaino
rhp
Lynchburg, Mississippi, Gwinnett,
Atlanta
3. Randall Delgado
rhp
Mississippi, Gwinnett, Atlanta
4. Andrelton Simmons
ss
Lynchburg
5. Sean Gilmartin
lhp
GCL Braves, Rome
6. Edward Salcedo
3b/ss
Rome
7. Tyler Pastornicky
ss
Misissippi, Gwinnett
8. Zeke Spruill
rhp
Lynchburg, Mississippi
9. Christian Bethancourt
c
Rome, Lynchburg
10. Brandon Drury
3b
Danville

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MYRTLE BEACH
PELICANS

MYRTLE BEACH
PELICANS
REPRESENTING OWNERSHIP

CONTACT INFORMATION
Stadium Address: 1251 21st Avenue North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Mailing Address: Same
Telephone: (843) 918-6077
Fax: (843) 918-6001
Email: info@myrtlebeachpelicans.com
Website: www.myrtlebeachpelicans.com
Media Contact: Joel Godett
Press Box Phone: (843) 918-6052
Visiting Club Hotel: Hampton Inn Broadway at the Beach,
1140 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 (843) 916-0600

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE

Operated by: Myrtle Beach Pelicans, LP
Chairman & Managing Partner: Chuck Greenberg
General Manager: Scott Brown
Senior Director of Business Development: Guy Schuman
Senior Director of Finance: Anne Frost
Director of Ticket Sales: Zach Brockman
Director of Promotions: Jen Borowski
Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations: Joel Godett
Facility Operations Manager: Mike Snow
Director of Sports Turf Management: Corey Russell
Director of Food and Beverage: Brad Leininger
Merchandise Manager: Dan Bailey
Community Relations Manager: Tyler Alewine
Box Office Manager: Shannon Samanka
Ticket Account Managers: Katelyn Guild,Emily Luchansky,
Glenn Goodwin, Justin Shively
Administrative Assistant: Beth Freitas

FIELD STAFF

Manager: Jason Wood
Pitching Coach: Brad Holman
Coach: Kenny Holmberg
Trainer: Jeff Bodenhamer
Clubhouse Manager: Stan Hunter
Visiting Clubhouse Manager: Bob Leber,

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

Chuck Greenberg is the head of Myrtle Beach Pelicans
LP, the ownership group that purchased the Myrtle Beach
Pelicans Baseball Club in 2006. Chuck also owns Greenberg Sports Group (GSG), which operates the Pelicans
on behalf of Myrtle Beach Pelicans LP. GSG also operates
the State College Spikes, the Short-Season Class A New
York-Penn League of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The 49-year-old Pittsburgh native also is of counsel in the Pittsburgh-based law fir m Reed Smith
Chuck Greenberg
Managing Partner LLP. From 1998 until June 2010, he was a Par tner
at Pepper Hamilton LLP, where he headed the firm’s
spor ts practice and was a member of its Executive Committee.

GENERAL MANAGER

Scott Brown was officially introduced as the Pelicans’
General Manager on February 16, 2010. The Baltimore,
Maryland native spent the previous five years as General
Manager of the Binghamton Mets, Double-A Eastern
League affiliate of the New York Mets. Scott has spent
over 30 years in baseball, dating back to his time as a
press box assistant for the Baltimore Orioles in the club’s
American League championship season of 1979. Scott’s
father, Robert, worked for 35 years as the Orioles’ Public
Scott Brown
Relations Director. Scott spent eight of ten seasons from
General Manager
1995 through 2004 as the Assistant General Manager
of the Binghamton Mets, and, prior to that, served in other management
capacities for the New York Mets organization including General Manager of
the Mets’ Florida State League team in St. Lucie (1988-90) and Assistant to
the Scouting Director (1991-94). In 1997, after his first two seasons in Binghamton, he returned to St. Lucie as the Mets’ Spring Training Coordinator/
Class-A General Manager. In 2005, he was named both the Eastern League
Executive of the Year and the New York Mets Minor League Executive of the
Year. He also won Mets minor league honors following the 2007 season.

THE MANAGER

Jason Wood enters his second season as Manager of the Myrtle
Beach Pelicans, after leading the team to a 72-67 record in its first
year as an affiliate of the Texas Rangers. The 42-year-old Fresno
State University alumnus previously served as the hitting coach for
the Rangers High-A team in Bakersfield (CA).
An 11th-round draft pick by Oakland in 1991, Wood worked his way
through the minor league ranks for seven seasons before making the
A’s Opening Day roster in 1998. His first taste of the majors ended
after a week, and he spent most of the year in Triple-A before a late
Jason Wood
season trade to the Tigers. With Detroit, he collected his first MLB base
Manager (2nd yr)
hit on Sept 9, 1998.
After splitting time between Toledo and Detroit in 1999, Jason spent the first six seasons
of the new millennium in Triple-A before resurfacing at the big league level with the Marlins
in 2006. At age 37, Jason earned a roster spot with Florida out of spring training in 2007
and played the entire season in the majors. His retirement as a player shortly after the start
of the 2008 season led him into the coaching ranks.

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MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS
STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION

Name: Pelicans Ballpark
Year Built: 1999
Capacity: 5,200
Dimensions: LF- 308
CF-400 RF-328
Ticket Office Phone: (843)
918-6000 or (877) 918-TIXX
(8499)
Ticket Office Hours: M-S game
days 10 am – ballpark closes;
Sun game days noon- 7th inning
M-F non-game days 10 am – 5 pm
Sat. non-game day 10 am – 2 pm
Sun. non-game closed
Ticket Prices: $11.00, $9.00, $8.00
Directions: Highway 17 (Bypass or Business) to 21st Avenue North
Stadium is located at 21st Avenue North & Grissom Parkway
across from Broadway at the Beach

Flagship Radio Station: Fox Sports 1050 AM
Station Phone: (843) 448-1041
Radio Announcer: Joel Godett
No. Games Broadcast: 140
Webcast Info: www.myrtlebeachpelicans.com
Newspaper: The Sun News
Beat writers: TBA
Phone: (843) 626-0371
Fax: (843) 626-0356
Official Scorer: Steve Walsh
PA Announcer: TBA
Twitter: Twitter.com/pelicanbaseball
Facebook: Facebook.com/myrtlebeachpelicans

TEAM INFORMATION

Years In Carolina League: 14
Division: Southern
2011 Record:
First Half: 40-29 (1st in South) Second Half: 32-38 (4th in South)
Overall: 72-67
Southern Division Playoffs: lost to Kinston, 3-1

FORMER STANDOUTS
CL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
1999 LAD/StL .231/ 87 G
1999 Was/Ari 23 G/ 132 IP/ 8-6 76 K
2001-02 Was .172/ DL 5/22-10/31
2002 StL Injured-DNP
2004 KC .285/ 20 HR/ 87 RBI
2004 Atl .270/ 19 2B/ 24 HR/ 71 RBI
2004 KC 1-9/ 61.1 IP
2007-08 Atl 130 IP/ 10-11/ 142 Ks
2008-09 Atl .227/ 18 2B/ 14 HR/ 42 RBI/
2007 Tex .279, 164 H/ 37 SB
2006
Tex 185.2 IP/14-9/ 126 K

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .326 – Marcus Giles, 1999
Hits: 162 – Marcus Giles, 1999
Doubles: 47 – Ernesto Mejia, 2008
Triples: 13 – Jason Ross, 1999
Home Runs: 32 – Cody Johnson, 2009
Total Bases: 262 – Ernesto Mejia, 2008
Runs Batted In: 93 – Ernesto Mejia, 2008
Stolen Bases: 40 – Adam Stern, 2002
Wins: 17 – Christian Parra, 2000
Losses: 12- Jairo Cuevas, 2007; Richard Sullivan
2009; Wilfredo Boscan 2011
Strikeouts: 167 – Adam Wainwright, 2002
Walks: 81 – Derrick Lewis, 1999
Innings Pitched: 182.2 – Chris Waters, 2002
Earned Run Average: 1.72 – Bubba Nelson,
2002
Saves: 26 – Kevin Barry, 2002

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .282 – Jared Prince
Hits: 136 – Jared Prince
Doubles: 30 – Jared Prince
Triples: 9 – Ryan Strausborger
Home Runs: 14 – Michael Olt
Total Bases: 203 – Ryan Strausborger
Runs Batted In: 72 – Jared Prince
Stolen Bases: 31 – Ryan Strausborger
Wins: 9 – Robert Ross
Losses: 12 - Wilfredo Boscan
Strikeouts: 127 – Barret Loux
Walks: 52 – Kasey Kiker
Innings Pitched: 123.1 – Robert Ross
Earned Run Average: 2.26 – Robert Ross
Saves: 10 – Johan Yan

AFFILIATE INFORMATION

Major League Affiliate: Texas Rangers
First Year of Affiliation: 2011
Address: 1000 Ballpark Way, Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (817) 273-5222
Fax: (817) 273-5110
Website: www.texasrangers.com
CEO & President: Nolan Ryan
General Manager : Jon Daniels
Senior Director, Player Development : Tim Purpura
Director of Professional Scouting: Josh Boyd

MEDIA INFORMATION

ACTIVE

Rafael Furcal
Jason Marquis
Adam LaRoche
Adam Wainwright
Jeff Francoeur
Brian McCann
Kyle Davies
Tommy Hanson
Jason Heyward
Elvis Andrus
Matt Harrison

MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS

Farm System:
Class AAA: Round Rock Express, Pacific Coast League
Class AA: Frisco RoughRiders, Texas League
Class A Advanced: Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Carolina League
Class A: Hickory Crawdads, South Atlantic League
Rookie: Spokane Indians, Northern League
Rookie: AZL Rangers, Arizona League;

DSL Rangers, Dominican Summer League

TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Yu Darvish
rhp
dnp
2. Jurickson Profar
ss
Hickory
3. Martin Perez
lhp
Frisco, Round Rock
4. Mike Olt
3b
AZL Rangers, Myrtle Beach
5. Leonys Martin
of
AZL Rangers, Frisco, Round Rock,
Texas
6. Neil Ramirez
rhp
Myrtle Beach, Frisco, Round Rock
7. Cody Buckel
rhp
Hickory
8. Jorge Alfaro
c
Spokane
9. Christian Villanueva
3b
Hickory
10.Rougned Odor
2b
Spokane

* Led League

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POTOMAC
NATIONALS

POTOMAC
NATIONALS
REPRESENTING OWNERSHIP

CONTACT INFORMATION
Stadium Address: 7 County Complex Court; Woodbridge, VA 22192
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2148; Woodbridge, VA 22195
Telephone: (703) 590-2311
Fax: (703) 590-5716
Email: info@potomacnationals.com
Website: www.potomacnationals.com
Media Contact: Will Flemming
Press Box Phone: (703) 586-6622
Visiting Club Hotel: County Inn & Suites
2621 Prince William Parkway, Woodbridge, VA 22192
Visiting Club Hotel Phone: (703) 492-6868

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE
Operated by: Potomac Baseball, LLC
Principal Owner: Art Silber
President: Lani Silber Weiss
General Manager: Josh Olerud
Asst. General Manager Director of Corporate Sales: Zach Prehn
Director of Media Relations/Broadcaster: Will Flemming
Director of Group Sales: Andrew Stinson
Assistant General Manager/Director of Stadium Operations: Carter
Buschman
Director of Ticket Operations: Michelle Metzgar
Group Sales Account Executive: Bryan Holland
Director of Food Services: Jim Johnson
Senior Sales Executive: Seth Distler
Head Groundskeeper: Brian Stokes

FIELD STAFF
Manager: Brian Rupp
Pitching Coach: Chris Michalak
Hitting Coach: Marlon Anderson
Trainer: Alan Wood
Strength & Conditioning Coach: Brett Henry.
Clubhouse Manager: Jeremy Delewski

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

Art Silber
Principal Owner

Art Silber grew up in Brooklyn, where he was born in 1940.
His link to baseball began in the 50s, when he lived a block
away from the old Ebbetts Field, home of the Dodgers.
His boyhood idol was Jackie Robinson, and Art used to
walk Robinson through the player’s entrance. A graduate of
Franklin and Marshall College in 1962, Art spent 33 years
in the financial business. He retired at 55 as President/CEO
of Sterling Bank in Baltimore. He currently lives in Palm
Beach Gardens, FL.

PRESIDENT
Lani Silber Weiss is entering her 15th season with the Potomac
Nationals. A native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Weiss graduated
from Broadneck Senior High School in Annapolis, Maryland
before going on to earn her bachelor’s degree from Boston
University and her master’s degree from the University of Illinois.
Weiss and her husband, Matt, have a six-year-old son, Jamie
Lani Silber Weiss
President

GENERAL MANAGER
Originally from Bloomington Minn., Josh Olerud joined the
Potomac Nationals from the Rockford RiverHawks of the
Independent Northern League, where he was the General
Manager and Vice President of Sales from 2004-2010.
Josh graduated from Minnesota State University at Mankato
with a degree in Sports Management and an emphasis in
Marketing.
After graduation, Josh followed his interest in sports by becoming
Josh Olerud
Marketing Director for the Center for Athletic Performance. Soon,
General Manager
he joined the RiverHawks, who were at the time in the Frontier
League. His highlights with the RiverHawks included a Frontier League Championship
in 2004, opening a new stadium in 2006, hosting the All-Star game in 2009, and
leading the team in their transition from the Frontier League to the Northern League
in 2010.

THE MANAGER
Brian Rupp, who skippered the Wilmington Blue Rocks for the
previous three seasons, is no stranger to the Carolina League,
and will join the Nationals for his twelfth season as a minor league
manager. His career managerial record is 579-560 (.508), and his
resume includes five playoff appearances and a Midwest League
championship with the Burlington Bees in 2008.
Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 43rd round of the 1992
Draft,
Rupp spent seven seasons in the Cardinals’ minor league
Brian Rupp
system and made it as high as AAA. He was a .295 career hitter
Manager (1st yr)
over eight seasons, and a rising star in the Cardinals system
immediately after he was drafted. The MVP and batting champion of the Arizona
league in his rookie season, he beat out Derek Jeter for the South Atlantic League
batting crown in 1993, his second year, with a .320 average.
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POTOMAC NATIONALS
STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION

Name: G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium
Year Built: 1984
Capacity: 6,000
Dimensions: LF-315
CF-400
RF-315
Ticket Office Phone:
(703) 590-2311, extension 215
Ticket Office Hours: M-F 9-5.
Sat game days opens at 12:00.
Sun game days opens at 10:00.
Individual Game Prices: $14,
$12, $10, $8. Youth and Senior $7.
Directions: From I-95 exit 158-B (Prince William Parkway). Continue 5
miles, right onto County Complex Court. From I-66, exit 53 (Rte 28 South).
Left on Liberia Avenue, left onto Prince William Parkway East, left onto
County Complex Court.

POTOMAC NATIONALS
CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .335 – Bernie Williams, 1988
Hits: 173 – Frank Diaz, 2005
Doubles: 45 – Frank Diaz, 2005
Triples: 17 – Mike Cameron, 1994
Home Runs: 31 – Tyler Moore, 2010
Total Bases: 277 – Tyler Moore, 2010
Runs Batted In: 113 – Troy Farnsworth, 2000
Stolen Bases: 109 – Esix Snead, 2000
Wins: 16 – Frank Seminara, 1990
Losses: 15 – Brian Woods, 1995
Strikeouts: 181 – Rick Ankiel, 1998
Walks: 112 – Bryan Clark, 1979
Innings Pitched: 189 – Jason Pierson, 1994
Earned Run Average: 1.82 – Orlando Lind,
1985
Saves: 36 – Armando Almanza, 1997

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .283 – Eury Perez
Hits: 138 – Jeff Kobernus
Doubles: 29 – Destin Hood
Triples: 5 – Destin Hood, Jose Lozada
Home Runs: 13 – Destin Hood
Total Bases: 206 – Destin Hood
Runs Batted In: 83 – Destin Hood
Stolen Bases: 53 – Jeff Kobernus
Wins: 10 – Paul Demny
Losses: 10 – Paul Demny
Strikeouts: 108 – Paul Demny, Daniel
Rosenbaum
Walks: 56 – Adam Olbrychowski
Innings Pitched: 143.2 – Paul Demny
Earned Run Average: 2.59– Daniel
Rosenbaum
Saves: 18 – Hector Nelo

AFFILIATE INFORMATION

Major League Affiliate: Washington Nationals
First Year Of Affiliation: 2005
Address:
Nationals Park
1500 South Capitol Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003-1507
Phone: (202) 615-5100
Fax: (202) 633-9210
Website: www.washingtonnationals.com
Managing Principal Owner: Theodore M. Lerner
Executive V.P. Baseball Operations/General Manager: Mike Rizzo
Assistant G.M. & V.P. Player Development: Bob Boone
Director of Player Development: Doug Harris
Director, Baseball Operations: Adam Cromie

MEDIA INFORMATION

Flagship Radio Station: None
Radio Announcer: Will Flemming
Webcast Info: www.potomacnationals.com
Newspaper: News & Messenger
Beat Writer: Robert Daski
Phone: (703) 878-8053
Fax: (703) 368-1284
E-mail: rdaski@potomacnews.com
Official Scorer: David Vincent/Ben Trittipoe
Facebook: Potomac Nationals
Twitter: @PNatsradio

TEAM INFORMATION

Years In Carolina League: 35
Division: Northern
2011 Record:
First Half: 29-40 (4th in North) Second Half: 39-31 (2nd in North)
Overall: 68-71
Northern Division playoffs: lost to Frederick, 3-2

FORMER STANDOUTS
ACTIVE

CL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
Jorge Posada
1993 NYY .235/14 HR/44 RBI
Magglio Ordonez
1995 Det .255
Adam Kennedy
1997-98 Sea .234/ 23 2B/
Albert Pujols
2000 StL .299/ 29 2B/ 37 HR/ 99 RBI/105 R
Mike Cameron
1994 Bos/Fla .203
Joey Votto
2004 Cin .309/ 185 H/ *40 2B/ 29 HR/
103 RBI
FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS
Jose Jimenez
1997 StL, Col, Cle (1986-2004)
Bernie Williams
1988 NYY (1991-06)
J.T. Snow
1990 Cal, SF, Bos (1992-2006)
Barry Bonds
1985 Pit, SF (1987-07)
Bobby Bonilla
1983-85 ChW,Pit, Bal, NYM, Fla, Atl, StL (1986-2001)
Andy Pettitte
1993 NYY, Hou (1995-2010)

Farm System

Class AAA: Syracuse Chiefs, International League

Class AA: Harrisburg Senators, Eastern League

Class A Advanced: Potomac Nationals, Carolina League

Class A: Hagerstown Suns, South Atlantic League

Short Season A: Auburn Doubledays, NY-Penn League

Rookie: Gulf Coast Nationals, Gulf Coast League;

DSL Nationals, Dominican Summer League

TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Bryce Harper
of
Hagerstown, Harrisburg
2. Anthony Rendon
3b
dnp
3. Brad Peacock
rhp
Harrisburg, Syracuse, Washington
4. A.J. Cole
rhp
Hagerstown
5. Brian Goodwin
of
dnp
6. Alex Meyer
rhp
dnp
7. Matt Purke
lhp
dnp
8. Sammy Solis
lhp
Hagerstown, Potomac
9. Derek Norris
c
Harrisburg
10. Steve Lombardozzi
2/ss
Harrisburg, Syracuse, Washington

* Led League

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SALEM
RED SOX

SALEM
RED SOX
REPRESENTING OWNERSHIP

CONTACT INFORMATION
Stadium Address: 1004 Texas Street; Salem, VA 24153
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 842; Salem, VA 24153
Telephone: (540) 389-3333
Fax: (540) 389-9710
Email: info@salemsox.com
Website: www.salemsox.com
Media Contact: Dave Cawley
Press Box Phone: (540) 389-3333 ext. 124
Visiting Club Hotel: Comfort Inn Airport; 5070 Valley View Rd;Roanoke, VA
24012
Visiting Club Hotel Phone: (540) 527-2020

Along with his duties as President of the Salem Red Sox, Sam
Kennedy serves in the dual capacity of Chief Operating Officer of
the Boston Red Sox and President of Fenway Sports Group (FSG).
Kennedy oversees corporate sponsorship, ticketing, broadcasting,
marketing, Fenway Enterprises and client services. Fenway Sports
Group (FSG) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of New England Sports
Ventures, the parent company of both the Red Sox and the New
England Sports Network (NESN).
Kennedy joined the Red Sox in 2002 after five seasons with
Sam Kennedy
the San Diego Padres, where he tripled sponsorship revenues
President
and played a key role in the sales and marketing strategy for the
Padres’ new downtown ballpark, Petco Park. A graduate of Trinity College, he was
raised in Brookline, Mass. and now resides in Wellesley, Mass. with his wife, Amanda,
and their two children.

GENERAL MANAGER

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE

Operated By: Carolina Baseball, LLC / Fenway Sports Group (FSG)
President: Sam Kennedy
Vice President/General Manager: Todd Stephenson
Senior Assistant General Manager/Director of Sales: Allen Lawrence
Director of Food and Beverage: Tim Anderson
Assistant General Manager & Facilities Director: Tracy Schneweis
Head Groundskeeper: Josh Marden
Promotions Manager: Peter Morrison
Broadcasting/Media Relations: Evan Lepler
Director of Media Relations and Publications: Dave Cawley
Ticket Manager: Steven Elovich
Merchandise Manager: Jon Aimlay
Account Executives: AnneMarie Zoller, Courtney Schmersal, Matt Bird,
Tracie Prickett, Patrick Pelletier

FIELD STAFF
Manager: Billy McMillon
Pitching Coach: Kevin Walker
Hitting Coach: Rich Gedmon
Trainer: David Herrera
Clubhouse Manager: Tom Wagner
Visiting Clubhouse Manager: Cameron Flickinger

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Salem Red Sox Vice President/General Manager Todd
Stephenson began his career in baseball in 1999 as the Assistant
General Manager of the Sarasota Red Sox, which at the time was
the Advanced-A Affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. He was quickly
promoted to General Manager prior to the 1999 season, a position
that he held for six full Minor League seasons through 2004.
In 2003, Stephenson assumed control of Florida Operations for
the Boston Red Sox, overseeing all aspects of the club’s Spring
Training activities. Under his direction over seven seasons, the Red
Todd Stephenson
Sox achieved record totals in attendance, revenues, and profitability,
VP/General Manager
including a record 88 straight Grapefruit League sellouts dating
back to March 14th, 2003. He also was instrumental in working with Lee County officals
in the planning of the club’s new Spring Training Complex, which opened in March
2012. In addition to his role with the Salem Red Sox, Stephenson continues to serve
as Special Advisor of Florida Operations for the Boston Red Sox.
A native of Garner, North Carolina, Stephenson received his Bachelor of Arts and
Masters of Arts degrees from North Carolina State University. He lives in Salem with
his wife Dawn and their two children.

THE MANAGER

Billy McMillon becomes the fourth manager of the Salem
Red Sox after spending the previous four seasons working
with Low-A Greenville. McMillon managed the Drive to four
above-.500 halves as skipper in 2010-11, compiling an overall
record of 155-124. He served as Greenville’s hitting coach in
2008-09, helping to mentor the likes of Ryan Kalish, Josh Reddick, Anthony Rizzo, and Ryan Lavarnway, all of whom have
gone on to experience major league success. The 2012 season
will be McMillon’s fifth in the Boston Red Sox organization.
Billy McMillon
As a player, McMillon, an outfielder, spent parts of six seasons
Manager (1st yr)
in the big leagues, making his debut on July 26, 1996 for the
Florida Marlins. Almost a year later, on July 21, 1997, he was
traded to the Philadelphia Phillies for Darren Daulton. Though he was first assigned
to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre, McMillon made his Phillies debut for manager
Terry Francona on August 18, 1997, belting his first major league homer, a grand
slam, in his first contest in a Phillies uniform. McMillon crushed 16 round-trippers
in the big leagues, in addition to the 127 home runs he hit in the minors, with 90 of
those coming at the Triple-A level. McMillon played three seasons at Clemson University (1991-93), finishing his career with the best lifetime batting average (.382) in
school history. The Marlins made him their eighth round selection in the 1993 draft.

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STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION

Name: LewisGale Field at Salem Memorial Ballpark
Year Built: 1995
Capacity: 5,502
Dimensions: LF-325
CF-401 RF-325
Ticket Office Phone:
(540) 389-3333
Ticket Office Hours: M-F 9-5
Individual Game Prices: $11,
$10, $9, $8.50
Directions: Jim Taliaferro
Sports & Entertainment Complex, two miles off I-81 near downtown Salem

MEDIA INFORMATION

Flagship Radio Station: WFIR 960 AM
Radio Announcer: Evan Lepler
No. Games Broadcast: All
Newspaper:
The Roanoke Times
Beat Writer:
Aaron McFarling
Phone:
(540) 981-3221
Fax:
(540) 981-3392
Official Scorer: Billy Wells
PA Announcer: Travis Jenkins

Salem Times-Register
Brian Hoffman
(540) 389-9355
(540) 389-2930

TEAM INFORMATION

Years In Carolina League: 44
Division: Southern
Retired Numbers: Alfredo Edmead (7), Doug Million (32)
2011 Record:
First Half: 31-38 (4th in South) Second Half: 33-37 (3rd in South)
Overall: 64-75

FORMER STANDOUTS
ACTIVE

Tim Wakefield
Jamey Wright
Juan Uribe
Chone Figgins
Hunter Pence
Brad Hawpe
Matt Holliday
Anthony Rizzo

CL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
1990 Bos 154.2 IP/ 7-8/ 93 K
1995 Sea 2-3/ 68.1 IP/ 48 K
2000 LAD .204/ Disabled List
2000 Sea .188/ Disabled List
2005 Hou-Phi .314/ 38 2B/ 22 HR/ 97 RBI
2002 SD .231/ Disabled List
2000-01 StL .296/ 22 HR/ 75 RBI/ 36 2B
2009-10 SD MLB Debut

FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS
Miguel Dilone
1974 Pit, Oak, ChiC, Cle, ChiW, Mtl, SD (1974-85)
Art Howe
1971 Pit, Hou, StL (1974-85)
Dave Parker
1972 Pit, Cin, Mil, Oak, Cal, Tor (1973-91)
Tony Pena
1977 Pit, Stl, Bos, Cle, Hou (1980-97)
Kent Tekulve
1970 Pit, Phi, Cin (1974-89)
Ed Whitson
1976 Pit, SF, Cle, SD, NYY (1977-91)
Mitch Williams
1985 Tex, ChiC,Phi, Hou, Cal, KC (1986-97)
Richie Zisk
1967 Pit, Chi, Tx, Sea (1971-83)
Ben Petrick
1997 Col, Det (1999-03)
Tony Womack
1993 Pit, Ari, Col, ChiC, StL, NYY, Cin (1993-06)
Moises Alou
1989 Pit, Mtl, Fla, Hou, ChiC, SF, NYM (1990-2007)
Kenny Rogers
1986 Tex, NYY, Oak, Min, Det (1989-2007)
Jason Kendall
1994 Pit, Oak, ChiC, Mil, KC (1996-2010)

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SALEM RED SOX
CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .370 – Oswaldo Olivares, 1977
Hits: 208 – Oswaldo Olivares, 1977
Doubles: 43 – Garret Atkins, 2001
Triples: 17 – David Arrington, 1968
Home Runs: 34 – Gerald Davis, 1981
Total Bases: 280 – Oswaldo Olivares, 1977
Runs Batted In: 103 – Gerald Davis, 1981
Stolen Bases: 84 – Miguel Dilone, 1975
Wins: 16 – James Marshall, 1972
Losses: 15 – Frank Brosious, 1983; James
McKee, 1970
Strikeouts: 186 – Ed Whitson, 1976; Doug
Bair, 1972
Walks: 127 – Benjamin Wiltbank, 1978
Innings Pitched: 203 – Ed Whitson, 1976
Earned Run Average: 2.11 – Josh
Kalinowski, 1999
Saves: 27 – Travis Thompson, 1999

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .281 – Kolbrin Vitek
Hits: 133 – Kolbrin Vitek
Doubles: 25 – Peter Hissey
Triples: 6 – Kolbrin Vitek
Home Runs: 19 – Bryce Brentz
Total Bases: 176 – Kolbrin Vitek
Runs Batted In: 66 – Dan Butler
Stolen Bases: 27 – Peter Hissey
Wins: 10 – Chris Hernandez
Losses: 13 – Drake Britton
Strikeouts: 94 – Pete Ruiz
Walks: 55 – Drake Britton, Pete Ruiz
Innings Pitched: 130.0 – Ryan Pressly
Earned Run Average: 3.18 – Chris
Hernandez
Saves: 8 – Cesar Cabral, Will Latimer

AFFILIATE INFORMATION
Major League Affiliate: Boston Red Sox
First Year of Affiliation: 2009
Address: Fenway Park-4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215-3496
Phone: (617) 226-6000
Fax: (617) 226-6416
Web site: www.bostonredsox.com
Principal Owner: John W. Henry
Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer: Sam Kennedy
Executive Vice President/General Manager: Ben Cherington
Vice President/Player Personnel: Allard Baird
Vice President/Assistant General Manager: Brian O’Halloran
Director/Player Development: Ben Crockett
Senior Director/Minor League Operations: Raquel Ferreira
Farm System

Class AAA: Pawtucket Red Sox, International League

Class AA: Portland Sea Dogs, Eastern League

Class A Advanced: Salem Red Sox, Carolina League

Class A: Greenville Drive, South Atlantic League

Short A: Lowell Spinners, New York Penn League

Rookie: GCL Red Sox, Gulf Coast League

DSL Red Sox, Dominican Summer League

TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Will Middlebrooks
3b
Lowell, Portland, Pawtucket
2. Xander Bogaerts
ss
Greenville
3. Blake Swihart
c
GCL Red Sox
4. Anthony Ranaudo
rhp
Greenville, Salem
5. Bryce Brentz
of
Greenville, Salem
6. Brandon Jacobs
of
Greenville
7. Garin Cecchini
3b
Lowell
8. Matt Barnes
rhp
dnp
9. Ryan Lavarnway
c
Portland, Pawtucket, Boston
10. Jackie Bradley
of
Lowell, Greenville

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WILMINGTON
BLUE ROCKS

WILMINGTON
BLUE ROCKS
CONTACT INFORMATION

Stadium Name: Daniel S. Frawley Stadium
Stadium Address: 801 Shipyard Drive, Wilmington, DE 19801
Mailing Address: Same
Phone: (302) 888-2015
Fax: (302) 888-2032
Email: info@bluerocks.com
Website: www.bluerocks.com
Media Contact: John Sadak
Press Box Phone: (302) 888-5352
Visiting Club Hotel: Quality Inn Skyways; 147 N. DuPont Highway;
New Castle, DE 19720
Visiting Club Hotel Phone: (302) 328-6666

REPRESENTING OWNERSHIP

Tom Palmer
President

GENERAL MANAGER

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE

Operated By: Wilmington Blue Rocks, LP
Honorary President: Matt Minker

President: Tom Palmer
Vice President: Jack Minker
Secretary/Treasurer: Bob Stewart

General Manager: Chris Kemple
Assistant General Manager: Andrew Layman
Director of Merchandise: Jim Beck
Director of Sales & Ticket Operations: Jared Forma
Director of Community Affairs: Kevin Linton
Community Relations Assistant: Dan Trimble
Dir. of Broadcasting/Media Relations: John Sadak
Asst. Dir. Broadcasting/Media Relations: Jeff O’Connor
Director of Marketing: Joe Valenti
New Media Manager: Matt Janus
Marketing Assistant: Ed Wagner
Centerplate General Manager: Josh Attix
Centerplate Catering Manager: Chris Schlumbrecht
Director of Field Operations: Steve Gold
Group Sales Manager: Stefani Rash
Group Sales Associate: Joe Fargnoli
Group Sales Assistant: Reggie Hinson
Ticket Office Manager: Greg Matthews
Ticket Office Assistants: David Herman, Cori Whittaker
Video Production & Game Entertainment Manager: Kyle Love
Game Entertainment Assistant: Mike Diodati
Office Manager: Liz Kolodziej
Merchandise Assistant: Josh Argo

FIELD STAFF

Manager: Vance Wilson
Pitching Coach: Steve Luebber
Hitting Coach: Damon Hollins
Trainer: James Stone
Strength and Conditioning Coach: Adam Vish
Home Clubhouse Manager: Zach Taylor
Visiting Clubhouse Manager: Joe Rickards

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Tom Palmer is in his 17th season as a partner in the Blue
Rocks ownership group and his second year as president.
Previously, Tom served 11 years as vice president of the
Blue Rocks.
Tom is president of Palmer & Associates, Inc., a Newarkbased site work and paving company. Palmer is a graduate of
the University of Delaware and was a three-year letterwinner
as a pitcher for the Blue Hens baseball team
He resides in Bear with his wife, Barbara. They have two
children, Jen and Jeff, and one grandson.

Chris Kemple
General Manager

Journalism.

Chris Kemple is in his 25th season in professional baseball
and has been GM in Wilmington since the Blue Rocks’ inaugural season in 1993. He was named Baseball America’s
Minor League Executive of the Year in 2004 and is a four-time
Carolina League Executive of the Year.
Before coming to Wilmington, Chris was the general
manager of the Peninsula Pilots of the Carolina League.
The 46-year-old held the same position with Modesto of the
California League and Butte of the Pioneer League.
A native of Hacienda Heights, CA, Chris graduated in
1985 from San Diego State University with a degree in

THE MANAGER

Former Major League catcher Vance Wilson, 38, joins the
Blue Rocks after guiding the low-A Kane County Cougars to
a 65-74 record in the Midwest League last season, his first
as a minor league manager. The Cougars advanced to the
playoffs thanks to a 37-33 second-half showing and defeated
the Burlington Bees in the opening round before falling to
eventual champion Quad Cities in the semifinals.
The New York Mets selected Wilson in the 44th round of
Vance Wilson
the 1993 MLB draft, and signed him the summer after he
Manager (1st yr)
concluded his college career at Mesa Community College,
where he was a junior college All-American. After five injuryplagued seasons in the Mets’ minor league system, he made his major league
debut on April 24, 1999 against the Chicago Cubs.
Wilson grew into the role of back-up and usual defensive replacement for
perennial All-Star Mike Piazza. He ranked among the top National League
catchers for lowest opposing stolen-base percentage in both 2002 (1st, 49.0%)
and 2003 (3rd, 44.6%). The Mets traded Wilson to the Detroit Tigers on January
5, 2005, making him a back-up to the other standard-setting catcher of the
generation, Ivan Rodriguez. Wilson played 56 games for the 2006 American
League champion Tigers and hit .250 over 403 career big league games. He
spent the 2008 and 2009 campaigns on the Royals’ farm as a player before
retiring in April 2010.

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WILMINGTON BLUE ROCKS
STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION
Name: Daniel S. Frawley Stadium
Year Built: 1993
Capacity: 6,532
Dimensions: LF-325 CF-400
RF-325
Ticket Office Phone: (302) 888BLUE (2583)
Ticket Office Hours: M-F 9-5;
Weekends beginning at 10 am.
Individual Game Prices: Box
$11 (Seniors $8), Reserved: $10
(Seniors: $7), General Admission:
$7; GA Child (4-12), Senior (60+),
Military: $5 ($1 discount for advance
purchase on all tickets)
Directions: FROM THE SOUTH: I-95 North to Exit 6, Maryland Ave. Right onto
Maryland Avenue, and through the traffic light onto Martin Luther King Blvd. Right at
the traffic light on Justison St. Follow Justison St. to Shipyard Dr.
FROM THE NORTH: I-95 South to Exit 6 (in Delaware). Go through three
lights. Left at the fourth light onto Martin Luther King Blvd. Go through three lights.
Right at the fourth light onto Justison St. Follow Justison St. to Shipyard Dr.

MEDIA INFORMATION
Flagship Radio Station: WGLS 89.7 FM
Radio Announcers: John Sadak, Jeff O’Connor
No. Games Broadcast: All
Webcast Info: www.bluerocks.com
Newspaper: News Journal
Beat Writer: TBA
Phone: (302) 324-2850
Fax: (302) 324-2298
Official Scorers: Dick Shute, Adam Kamras
PA Announcer: Kevin P. Linton

Years in Carolina League: 20 Division: Northern
2011 Record:
First Half: 36-33 (2nd in North) Second Half: 30-39 (4th in North)
Overall: 66-72

FORMER STANDOUTS
CL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
1997-98 NYM/SF .300/ 156 H/ 22 HR/84 RBI
1994 TB
.261/ 29 2B/ 16 HR
2003
Mil
16-6/ 3.83 ERA/ 201 K / 171.2 IP
2006 Bos 6-3/82.2 IP/ 6/17-9/28 DL
2000
Col .274/ 13 2B

FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS
Jon Lieber
1993 Pit, ChiC, NYY, Phi (1994-08)
* Led League

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CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .354 – Eric Hosmer, 2010
Hits: 152 – Darren Burton, 1993
Doubles: 40 – Mike Aviles, 2004
Triples: 13 – Johnny Damon, 1994
Home Runs: 26 – Larry Sutton, 1994
Total Bases: 260 – Larry Sutton, 1994
Runs Batted In: 94 – Larry Sutton, 1994
Stolen Bases: 63 – Derrick Robinson, 2009
Wins: 15 – Rowdy Hardy, 2007
Losses: 15 – Jeremy Affeldt, 2000
Strikeouts: 171 – Jim Pittsley, 1994
Walks: 76 – Mike MacDougal, 2000
Innings Pitched: 175 – John Gross, 1993
Earned Run Average: 1.74 – Glendon
Rusch, 1995
Saves: 25 – Steve Prihoda, 1996, Michael
James 2006

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .290 – Carlo Testa
Hits: 125 – Whit Merrifield
Doubles: 30 – Whit Merrifield
Triples: 7– Rey Navarro
Home Runs: 20 – John Whittleman
Total Bases: 187 – John Whittleman
Runs Batted In: 68 – John Whittleman
Stolen Bases: 24 – Whit Merrifield
Wins: 11 – Timothy Melville
Losses: 12 – Tyler Sample
Strikeouts: 140 – Justin Marks
Walks: 58 – Tyler Sample
Innings Pitched: 144.2 – Justin Marks
Earned Run Average: 3.59 – Elisaul
Pimentel
Saves: 7 – Kevin Chapman, Brian Paukovits

AFFILIATE INFORMATION

Major League Affiliate: Kansas City Royals
First Year of Affiliation: 1993-2004, 2007
Address: Kauffman Stadium
1 Royal Way, P.O. Box 419969, Kansas City, MO 64141
Phone: (816) 921-5775
Fax: (816) 924-0347
Website: www.kansascityroyals.com
CEO: David Glass
President: Dan Glass
Senior V.P. & General Manager Baseball Operations: Dayton Moore
Senior Vice President - Business Operations: Kevin Uhlich
V.P.- Baseball Operations/Assistant General Manager: Dean Taylor
Vice President - Baseball Operations: George Brett
Assistant G.M.-Scouting/Player Development : J.J. Picollo

TEAM INFORMATION

ACTIVE
Carlos Beltran
Johnny Damon
Zack Greinke
Clay Buchholz
Mark Ellis

WILMINGTON BLUE ROCKS

Farm System

Class AAA: Omaha Storm Chasers, Pacific Coast League

Class AA: Northwest Arkansas Naturals, Texas League

Class A Advanced: Wilmington Blue Rocks, Carolina League

Class A: Kane County Cougars, Midwest League

Class A Short Season: Burlington Royals, Appalachian League

Rookie: Idaho Falls Chukars, Pioneer League; AZL Royals,

Arizona League; DSL Royals, Dominican Summer League
TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Mike Montgomery
lhp
Omaha
2. Bubba Starling
of
dnp
3. Wil Myers
c
NW Arkansas
4. Jake Odorizzi
rhp
Wilmington, NW Arkansas
5. Cheslor Cuthbert
3b
Kane County
6. John Lamb
lhp
NW Arkansas
7. Kelvin Herrera
rhp
Wilmington, NW Arkansas,
Omaha, Kansas City
8. Jason Adam
rhp
Kane County
9. Chris Dwyer
lhp
NW Arkansas
10. Yordano Ventura
rhp
Kane County
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WINSTON-SALEM
DASH

WINSTON-SALEM
DASH
CONTACT INFORMATION
Stadium Name: BB&T Ballpark
Stadium Address: 951 Ballpark Way, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Office Address: 926 Brookstown Avenue, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Telephone: (336) 714-2287
Fax: (336) 714-2288
Email: info@wsdash.com
Website: www.wsdash.com
Media Contact: Brian Boesch
Press Box Phone: (336) 331-3816
Visiting Club Hotel: Sundance Plaza, 3050 University Parkway, WinstonSalem, NC 27105
Visiting Club Hotel Phone: (336) 723-2911

OWNERSHIP & FRONT OFFICE

Operated by: Sports Menagerie, LLC
Owner: Billy Prim
President: Geoff Lassiter
CFO: Kurt Gehsmann
VP of Sponsorship Services: Gerri Brommer
VP of Ticket Sales: Mike Thompson
VP of Baseball Operations: Ryan Manuel
VP of Corporate Partnerships: Josh Neelon
Director of Stadium Operations: Corey Bugno
Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations: Brian Boesch
Director of Game Entertainment:Trey Kalny
Director of Marketing & Communications: Brandon Cathey
Box Office Manager: Zack Matthews
Sales Coordinator: Caire Six
Season Ticket Sales Manager: Chris Wood
Inside Sales Representatives: Kyle Duck, Cameron Harris, Matt Satterfield
Outside Sales Representatives: Jay Andrews, Darren Hill,
Kayla Sherrill, Brandon Stump
Group Sales Manager: Russell Parmele
Group Sales Representatives: Kristine Bartolone, Sarah Baumann,
Creative Services Manager: Caleb Pardick
Head Groundskeeper: Doug Tanis
Staff Accountant: Irene Huo
Box Office Supervisor: Terry McMurtry
Operations Assistant: Haley Leffler
Media Relations Assistant: Mike Lefko
Sponsor Service Manager: Emily Faircloth
Associate Director of Events & Marketing: Nikki Caldwell
Director of Facility Management: Frank DeBerry

FIELD STAFF

Manager: Tommy Thompson
Pitching Coach: J.R. Perdew
Hitting Coach: Gary Ward
Athletic Trainer: Cory Barton
Strength and Conditioning Coach: Shawn Powell
Home Clubhouse Manager: John Wise
Visiting Clubhouse Manager: Matt Flynn

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REPRESENTING OWNERSHIP

Billy D. Prim is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
of Primo Water Corporation, a nationwide DSD service for
branded bottled water in 3 and 5 gallon bottles.
Prior to Primo, Billy was chief executive officer of Blue Rhino, the nation’s leading provider of branded propane cylinder
exchange and complementary propane-fueled appliances.
In 2004 he sold Blue Rhino to Ferrellgas and remains on the
Ferrellgas Board of Directors.
Billy Prim
Billy also serves on the Board of Directors of the WinstonOwner
Salem Chamber of Commerce, Wake Forest University Deacon Club, and the Wake Forest Babcock Graduate School of Management.

PRESIDENT

Geoff Lassiter begins his third season as President of the
Winston-Salem Dash. Geoff spent the previous eight years
in a variety of roles with the Wake Forest University Athletic
Department, most recently as the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Special Projects. In this role, Lassiter
was responsible for creating and implementing ticket sales
and marketing plans for men’s basketball and football and
oversaw the band and cheer squad, as well as all game day
environment activities for all sports.
Geoff Lassiter
Before joining Wake Forest, Geoff worked as a financial
President
advisor for Jefferson Pilot Financial at the Piedmont Agency
(1999-2001) and as a sales representative for the Cintas
Corporation (2001-02).

V.P BASEBALL OPERATIONS

Ryan Manuel
V.P. Operations

Ryan Manuel, a native of Winchester, VA, begins his
16th season in professional baseball and his 15th with
the Dash. After graduating from West Virginia University
in 1998 he completed an internship in group sales with
the Richmond Braves. Ryan joined the Winston-Salem
staff in 1999 as a group sales associate and was promoted to Assistant General Manager in 2002. He was
named General Manager of Baseball Operations after
the 2003 season.

THE MANAGER

Former Carolina League champion manager and
longtime White Sox minor league coach Tommy
Thompson, 54, becomes the 42nd manager in WinstonSalem history. Last year he guided the Kannapolis
Intimidators, the White Sox’ Single-A affiliate in the South
Atlantic League, to a 76-62 record, narrowly missing a
berth in the postseason. He has spent 22 of the last
26 years as a player, coach, or manager in the White
Sox organization, including 2010 when he served as a
coaching assistant based in Winston-Salem.
Tommy Thompson
Manager (1st Yr)
The Oklahoma native last managed in the Carolina
League during the 2007 and 2008 seasons with the
Frederick Keys (Baltimore Orioles). In 2007, he led Frederick to a
Northern Division first place finish in the first half and won the Carolina
League Championship, defeating Salem three games to one in the Mills
Cup Championship Series. Prior to joining the Orioles organization,
Thompson spent 20 straight years with the White Sox, including 14 as
the minor league catching coordinator. He managed Utica (short-season
New York-Penn League) and South Bend (Midwest League) in 1990 and
1991, respectively.
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WINSTON-SALEM DASH
STADIUM & TICKET INFORMATION
Name: BB&T Ballpark
Year Built: 2010
Capacity: 5,500
Dimensions: LF-315
CF-399 RF-323
Ticket Office Phone:
(336) 714-2287
Ticket Office Hours: 9-5
Individual Game Prices:
$13, $9, $7
Directions: I-40 Business toward downtown Winston-Salem.
Peters Creek Parkway exit, Exit
5A. North toward downtown
on Peters Creek Parkway.
Right onto Brookstown Avenue
followed by a quick right onto
Green Street.

MEDIA INFORMATION

Webcast Info: www.wsdash.com/www.milb.com
Announcer: Brian Boesch
No. Games Broadcast: 140
Newspaper: Winston-Salem Journal
Beat Writer: Dan Collins
Phone: (336) 727-7321
Fax: (336) 727-4083
Official Scorers: Bill Grainger, Todd Bess
PA Announcer: Cabell Philpott
Twitter: www.twitter.com/wsdashbaseball
Facebook: facebook.com/wsdashbaseball

TEAM INFORMATION

Years In Carolina League: 68
Division: Southern
Retired Numbers: Bill Slack (#37)
2011 Record:
First Half: 32-38 (3rd in South) Second Half: 37-33 (2nd in South)
Overall: 69-71

WINSTON-SALEM DASH
CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .363 – Ray Jablonski, 1951
Hits: 200 – Ray Jablonski, 1951
Doubles: 50 – Carlos Lee, 1997
Triples: 12 – Ramon Gomez, 1997, Paolo
Orlando, 2008
Home Runs: 35 – Ed Olivares, 1960
Total Bases: 355 – Ray Jablonski, 1951
Runs Batted In: 127 – Ray Jablonski, 1951
Stolen Bases: 88 – Edwin Yan, 2002
Wins: 21 – Lee Peterson, 1950
Losses: 16 – Heath Phillips, 2002
Strikeouts: 268 – Harvey Haddix, 1947
Walks: 162 – Mark Schaeffer, 1967
Innings Pitched: 256 – Lee Peterson, 1950
Earned Run Average: 1.75 – Robbie Snow,
1966
Saves: 26 – Travis Willis, 1991

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .279 – Ian Gac
Hits: 144 – Ian Gac
Doubles: 33 – Andy Wilkins
Triples: 9 – Tyler Saladino
Home Runs: 33 – Ian Gac
Total Bases: 276 – Ian Gac
Runs Batted In: 96 – Ian Gac
Stolen Bases: 25 – Daniel Wagner
Wins: 12 – Cameron Bayne
Losses: 11 – Joseph Serafin
Strikeouts: 118 – Andre Rienzo
Walks: 66 – Andre Rienzo
Innings Pitched: 148.0 – Cameron Bayne
Earned Run Average: 3.41 – Andre Rienzo
Saves: 15 – Taylor Thompson

AFFILIATE INFORMATION

Major League Affiliate: Chicago White Sox
First Year Of Affiliation: 1997
Address: 333 W. 35th Street; Chicago, IL 60616
Phone: (312) 674-1000
Fax: (312) 674-5116
Website: www.chicagowhitesox.com
Owner: Chicago White Sox Ltd.
Chairman: Jerry Reinsdorf
Vice Chairman: Eddie Einhorn
Sr. V.P./General Manager: Ken Williams
Senior Dir. of Minor League Operations: Grace Zwit
Director of Player Development: Nick Capra
Senior Coordinator of Minor League Administration: Kathy Potoski
Farm System

Class AAA: Charlotte Knights, International League

Class AA: Birmingham Barons, Southern League

Class A Advanced: Winston-Salem Dash, Carolina League

Class A: Kannapolis Intimidators, South Atlantic League

Rookie: Great Falls Voyagers, Pioneer League;

Bristol White Sox, Appalachian League

DSL White Sox, Dominican Summer League

FORMER STANDOUTS
ACTIVE

Carlos Lee
Jon Garland
Aaron Rowand
Daniel Hudson
Chris Sale
Brent Morel

CL Yr(s) 2011 Major League Club/Highlights
1997 Hou .275/ 38 2B/ 18 HR/ 94 RBI
1999 LA 54 IP/ 3/22-4/15 & 6/2-6/30 DL
1999 SF .231/ 22 2B
2009 Ariz 16-12/ 222 IP/ 169 K
2010 Chi 2-2/ 71 IP/ 79 K
2009 Chi .245/ 18 2B

FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS
Wade Boggs
1977
Joe Girardi
1987
Sparky Lyle
1965
Dwight Evans
1971
Cecil Cooper
1971

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CAROLINA LEAGUE

Bos, NYY, TB (1982-99) HoF (2005)
ChiC, Col, NYY, StL (1989-03)
Bos, NYY, Tex, Phi, ChiW (1967-82)
Bos, Bal (1972-91)
Bos, Mil (1971-87)

TOP 10 PROSPECTS AS SELECTED BY BASEBALL AMERICA
Player
Position
2011 Club(s)
1. Addison Reed
rhp
Kannapolis, Winston-Salem,
Birmingham, Charlotte, Chicago
2. Nestor Molina
rhp
Dunedin, New Hampshire
3. Simon Castro
rhp
Tucson, San Antonio
4. Trayce Thompson
of
Kannapolis
5. Jacob Petricka
rhp
Kannapolis, Bristol, Winston-Salem
6. Keenyn Walker
of
Great Falls, Kannapolis
7. Jhan Marinez
rhp
Jacksonville
8. Tyler Saladino
ss
Winston-Salem
9. Juan Silverio
3b
Kannapolis, Winston-Salem
10. Ozzie Martinez
ss
Florida, New Orleans

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

47

2011 YEAR IN REVIEW
Keys dominate start to finish

Courtesy of Baseball America
The success of the Frederick Keys’ season was built
around strong pitching and upthe-middle defense. The Keys
dominated from start to finish, capturing both the regular
season title and the Mills Cup,
given to the Carolina League
postseason champion.
The Keys were spurred by
the league’s top overall prospect, shortstop Manny Machado, who displayed the talent
that made him the No. 3 overall pick in the 2010 draft. The
Florida native was named playoff MVP by batting .344 with a
league-leading nine RBIs and
Manny Machado paced the Keys eight runs. Machado added a
to a Mills Cup Championship
home run in the decisive game
of the final series, giving Frederick an 11-3 victory over Kinston.
Joining Machado as his double-play partner was Jonathan
Schoop, who heated up during the playoffs with a .314 average
while chipping in a home run and two steals. Schoop and Machado
joined Frederick midseason, promoted from low-A Delmarva.
Frederick’s pitching staff led the league in ERA, WHIP, and hits
allowed. Bobby Bundy, older brother of 2011 Orioles first-round
pick Dylan Bundy, was the staff ace as he placed near the top of
the league in ERA, WHIP, and strikeouts.
Kinston lefthander Drew Pomeranz was the talk of the league for
his dominating performance in the first half of the regular season.
Drafted fifth overall in 2010, Pomeranz used his blistering fastball
to strike out 95 batters in only 77 innings pitched while posting a
1.87 ERA. Pomeranz was traded to the Rockies in July and ended
his first full professional season in the big leagues.
Myrtle Beach placed a remarkable seven players on the league’s
top 20 list. Lefthander Robbie Ross paired his lofty prospect ranking with a strong performance as he was named the league’s
Pitcher of the Year.
Although Lynchburg finished with the circuit’s worst record, they
possessed arguably the league’s most exciting position player in
shortstop Andrelton Simmons. The athletic Simmons began to
convert his raw physical tools into baseball skills by leading the
league in hitting with a .311 average. Additionally, Simmons wowed
observers with his well-above-average arm strength.
The season marked the end of an era in Kinston, as the Indians’
long run in the league came to an end. Indians owner Cam McRae
sold the team to Double-A Carolina owner Steve Bryant, and the
team will relocate to the Mudcats’ home in Zebulon, N.C., in 2012.
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CAROLINA LEAGUE

2011 YEAR IN REVIEW
McRae has vowed to return affiliated baseball to Kinston, but had
made little progress when the season came to a close.
Winston-Salem minor league veteran Ian Gac showed his maturity by posting league leading totals in home runs, OPS, and RBI
on his way to taking Carolina League MVP honors.

CALIFORNIA LEAGUE STARS WIN AGAIN
Lake Elsinore third baseman Jedd Gyorko singled home Jake
Lemmerman (Rancho Cucamonga) for the winning run in the bottom of the third inning, then defused a bases-loaded rally attempt
by turning a double-play in the fifth to help the California League
All-Stars defeat the
Carolina League 6-1
on June 21 at John
Thurman Field in
Modesto, Calif. It was
the Carolina League’s
third straight loss to
their West Coast rivals.
The
Carolina
League
clustered
three of their seven hits in the fifth inning, getting their only run
when Wilmington’s Rey Navarro, the league’s Top Star of the game,
singled home Joseph Terdoslavich (Lynchburg). On the next at-bat,
with the bases loaded, Whit Merrifield grounded to third, where
Gyorko made the force out then threw to first to end the inning.
The California League took a 4-0 lead in the third inning, then
tacked on single runs in the fifth and sixth. Gyorko went two-forfour with two RBI to be named the California League’s Top Star.
Winning pitcher Jake Buchanan (Lancaster) tossed a three-up,
three-down third inning, with one strikeout.
Losing pitcher Robert Bundy (Frederick) surrendered three hits
and four runs, two of them earned, and walked two, all in the third
inning.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

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LEAGUE
DIRECTORY
2011
YEAR
IN REVIEW
FIRST HALF
W L PCT GB
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick
41 28 .594
Wilmington
36 33 .522 5
Lynchburg
30 40 .429 11.5
Potomac
29 40 .420 12

SECOND HALF W L PCT.
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick
39 31 .557
Potomac
39 31 .557
Lynchburg
30 38 .441
Wilmington
30 39 .435

GB

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach
40 29 .580 -
Kinston
38 31 .551 2
Winston-Salem 32 38 .457 8.5
Salem
31 38 .449 9

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
38 31 .551 Winston-Salem 37 33 .529 1.5
Salem
33 37 .471 5.5
Myrtle Beach
32 38 .457 6.5

8
8.5

LEAGUE
DIRECTORY
2011
LEAGUE
LEADERS
BATTING TOP 10 (MINIMUM 2.7 PA/SCHEDULED GAME)

PLAYER
TEAM AVG
Simmons, AndreltonLYN .311
*Testa, Carlo WIL .290
#Terdoslavich, Joe LYN .286
*Wiley, Keenan LYN .285
Perez, Eury
POT .283
Kobernus, Jeff POT .282
Prince, Jared MB .282
Vitek, Kolbrin SAL .281
Gac, Ian
WS .279
*Wilkins, Andy WS .278
Hood, Destin POT .276

G
131
100
131
102
119
124
131
123
140
134
128

AB
517
366
483
358
424
489
482
473
516
493
463

R
69
48
72
59
54
67
67
78
91
72
61

H
161
106
138
102
120
138
136
133
144
137
128

TB 2B 3B HR RBI
211 35 6 1 52
162 27 4 7 43
254 52 2 20 82
126 11 5 1 24
136 9 2 1 41
189 22 4 7 52
192 30 1 8 72
176 22 6 3 43
276 31 1 33 96
239 33 0 23 89
206 29 5 13 83

Pitching Top 10 (Minimum 0.8 IP/Scheduled Game)

PLAYOFFS:
NORTHERN DIVISION: Frederick defeats Potomac, 3-2
SOUTHERN DIVISION: Kinston defeats Myrtle Beach, 3-1
MILLS CUP FINALS: Frederick defeats Kinston, 3-1

SUPERLATIVES
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER........................ Ian Gac, Winston-Salem
PITCHER OF THE YEAR....................... Robbie Ross, Myrtle Beach
MANAGER OF THE YEAR.............................Aaron Holbert, Kinston
ALL-STAR GAME MVP...............................Rey Navarro, Wilmington
CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES MVP..............Manny Machado, Frederick

PITCHER TEAM W-L ERA
*Ross, Robert
MB
9
4 2.26
*Rosenbaum, Daniel POT 6
5 2.59
Bundy, Robert
FRE 11
5 2.75
*Hernandez, Chris SAL 10
7 3.18
Spruill, Zeke
LYN
7
9 3.19
Tanaka, Ryohei FRE
9
5 3.33
*Masters, Chris LYN
9
5 3.34
Rienzo, Andre
WS
6
5 3.41
Pimentel, Elisaul WIL
6
7 3.59
Brach, Brett
KIN
6
9 3.60

ALL-STAR TEAM
C......................................................................Sandy Leon, Potomac
1B........................................................ Joey Terdoslavich, Lynchburg
2B................................................................. Jeff Kobernus, Potomac
3B...................................................................Mike Olt, Myrtle Beach
SS..................................................... Andrelton Simmons, Lynchburg
DH............................................................... Ian Gac, Winston-Salem
OF................................................................... Destin Hood, Potomac
OF.................................................. Ryan Strausborger, Myrtle Beach
OF...................................................................... Bryce Brentz, Salem
SP........................................................... Robbie Ross, Myrtle Beach
RP............................................................... Preston Guilmet, Kinston
UT INF................................................. Andy Wilkins, Winston-Salem
UT OF......................................................Jared Prince, Myrtle Beach

TEAM
AVG
Winston-Salem .288
Frederick
.267
Lynchburg .262
Wilmington .262
Salem
.259
Kinston
.252
Potomac
.251
Myrtle Beach .238

ATTENDANCE:
Winston-Salem Dash............................................................. 312,416
Wilmington Blue Rocks.......................................................... 288,738
Frederick Keys....................................................................... 296,296
Salem Red Sox...................................................................... 226,337
Myrtle Beach Pelicans........................................................... 213,200
Potomac Nationals................................................................ 171,096
Lynchburg Hillcats................................................................. 169,367
Kinston Indians...................................................................... 112,181
Regular Season Total......................................................... 1,789,631
Playoffs (13 games)................................................................. 17,008
ALL-STAR GAME at Modesto, Calif. (Thurman) . ..................... 5,082

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Top 10 Prospects
(as rated by Baseball America)
1. Manny Machado, ss, Frederick Keys (Orioles)
2. Drew Pomeranz, lhp, Kinston Indians
3. Mike Olt, 3b, Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Rangers)
4. Andrelton Simmons, ss, Lynchburg Hillcats (Braves)
5. Robbie Erlin, lhp, Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Rangers)
6. Jonathan Schoop, 2b/ss, Frederick Keys (Orioles)
7. Jake Odorizzi, rhp, Wilmington Blue Rocks (Royals)
8. Bryce Brentz, of, Salem Red Sox
9. Joe Wieland, rhp, Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Rangers)
10. Christian Bethancourt, c, Lynchburg Hillcats (Braves)

CAROLINA LEAGUE

G
21
20
20
25
20
23
28
25
26
21

GS CG SHO SV IP
20
1
0 0 123.1
19
2
1 0 132.0
20
1
0 0 121.0
25
1
0 0 127.1
20
5
1 0 129.2
18
0
0 1 113.2
23
0
0 0 148.1
22
1
1 0 116.0
22
1
0 1 133.0
19
1
0 0 115.0

H
102
113
102
112
108
118
128
108
129
97

BB
29
36
41
22
22
21
47
45
58
56
58

SO
43
109
107
66
63
87
47
102
144
91
96

SB
26
18
2
19
45
53
2
12
0
2
21

SLG
.408
.443
.526
.352
.321
.387
.398
.372
.535
.485
.445

OPS
.759
.804
.867
.690
.640
.700
.775
.722
.893
.834
.809

R ER BB
37 31 28
52 38 41
43 37 31
53 45 51
56 46 23
47 42 18
59 55 65
50 44 66
60 53 31
48 46 37

SO
98
108
100
80
92
84
122
118
105
72

IB
21
13
9
14
12
10
15
7

GIDP SLG OBP
127 .435 .350
96 .385 .343
94 .392 .318
104 .387 .319
135 .383 .334
122 .359 .334
88 .402 .334
82 .357 .303

Team Batting
G
139
140
138
138
138
140
139
140

AB
4805
4729
4654
4605
4580
4568
4641
4733

R
738
691
555
602
638
570
665
575

OR
640
670
643
629
611
535
642
664

H
1384
1263
1219
1205
1188
1150
1166
1126

TB 2B 3B
2090 282 44
1820 242 27
1825 274 19
1783 250 53
1754 277 32
1642 209 32
1866 283 45
1690 207 36

HR
112
87
98
74
75
73
109
95

RBI
690
632
495
550
577
524
597
511

SH
53
47
47
71
24
54
50
48

SF
43
29
32
49
49
24
46
37

HP BB
98 387
88 475
69 329
53 361
74 466
70 507
60 539
44 416

SO SB
1024 54
1122 157
977 95
884 130
1041 89
1107 112
1081 96
1070 104

CS
41
69
50
76
48
50
61
62

Team Pitching
TEAM
W-L PCT ERA G
Kinston
73-67 .521 3.31 140
Wilmington 68-70 .493 3.89 138
Salem
73-65 .529 3.91 138
Potomac
70-69 .504 3.95 139
Myrtle Beach 58-82 .414 4.00 140
Winston-Salem 81-58 .583 4.04 139
Frederick 72-68 .514 4.06 140
Lynchburg 61-77 .442 4.07 138

GS CG SHO GF SV IP H AB TBF R
140 1 13 139 48 1222.0 1097 4560 5186 535
138 1 10 137 34 1216.0 1192 4637 5188 629
138 2 9 136 34 1204.2 1177 4577 5106 611
139 1 9 138 37 1227.0 1268 4726 5301 642
140 2 5 138 28 1249.0 1261 4810 5437 664
139 2 5 137 34 1224.1 1271 4698 5348 640
140 2 4 138 35 1227.0 1241 4723 5361 670
138 0 12 138 32 1199.1 1194 4584 5138 643

ER HR SH SF HB BB IBB SO WP BK
449 91 42 32 71 479 5 1109 71 3
526 86 54 34 47 416 6 1145 93 11
523 74 46 37 67 377 7 893 65 5
539 101 64 29 88 393 14 1082 92 8
555 83 62 43 71 449 35 1104 76 8
550 64 44 50 68 488 6 974 91 11
553 122 38 45 70 484 14 1013 84 10
543 102 44 39 74 394 14 986 74 8

Team Fielding
TEAM
Frederick
Kinston
Salem
Myrtle Beach
Lynchburg
Potomac
Winston-Salem
Wilmington

PCT
.977
.977
.976
.974
.973
.972
.970
.970

G
139
138
139
139
138
139
140
138

PO
3637
3620
3565
3721
3572
3563
3632
3545

A
1426
1366
1619
1372
1447
1409
1474
1360

E
119
119
130
138
140
144
157
153

TC
5182
5105
5314
5231
5159
5116
5263
5058

DP
114
108
120
101
122
127
123
123

TP
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

PB
9
14
17
18
14
17
15
18

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KEY: * - lefthanded hitter/pitcher, # - switch hitter

KINSTON INDIANS
CLUB RECORDS
Batting: .345—Ken Ramos, 1990
Hits: 189 – Don Bosch, 1963
Doubles: 34 – Richie Sexson, 1995;
Marc Marini, 1993; Jeffrey Geach, 1973; Beau
Mills 2008
Triples: 12 – Robert Silverman, 1979
Home Runs: 34 – Danny Peoples, 1997
Total Bases: 260 – Mike Derrick, 1965
Runs Batted In: 111 – Casey Webster,
1987;
Carl Long, 1956
Stolen Bases: 72 – Alex Requena, 2002
Wins: 19 – Frank Bork, 1962
Losses: 15 – Tyson Carter, 1981;
Gary Sarno, 1978
Strikeouts: 209 – Steve Blass, 1962
Walks: 180 – Bill Bell, 1961
Innings Pitched: 230 – Frank Bork, 1961
Earned Run Average: 1.48 –
Scott Lewis, 2006
Saves: 41 Mike Soper, 1991

2011 LEADERS
Batting: .254 – Tyler Holt
Hits: 115 – Adam Abraham
Doubles: 31 – Adam Abraham
Triples: 5 – Abner Abreu
Home Runs: 17 – Adam Abraham
Total Bases: 197 – Adam Abraham
Runs Batted In: 72 – Adam Abraham
Stolen Bases: 34 – Tyler Holt
Wins: 9 – Clayton Cook, Kyle Landis
Losses: 12 – T.J. House
Strikeouts: 106 – Clayton Cook
Walks: 66 – T.J. House
Innings Pitched: 130.0– T.J. House
Earned Run Average: 3.60 – Brett Brach
Saves: 35 – Preston Guilmet

IN MEMORIUM
Lynchburg Hillcats President Calvin Falwell
passed away August 20, 2011, at the age of 90.
Falwell brought Carolina League Baseball to
Lynchburg in 1966, when he formed and became
president of the Lynchburg Baseball Corporation.
He served as a senior member of the Carolina
League Board of Directors and on the league’s
Calvin Falwell
Executive Committee. He was honored by Minor
League Baseball as the 1998 winner of the John
H. Johnson President’s Trophy.
In 2004, the baseball field at Lynchburg City Stadium was
officially named Calvin Falwell Field in his honor. He was also
named “King of Baseball” in 2005 at the Baseball Winter Meetings, which were held in Dallas, Texas.
Hillcats’ General Manager Paul Sunwall said Falwell “will
be sorely missed, not just for what he did to bring baseball to
Lynchburg and keep it here, but the little things as well. He was
always ready and willing to lend a helping hand, whether it was
maintenance that needed to be done at the stadium or sending
over members of his crew to help with a tarp pull. We could always count on Calvin to help in any way he could. He was a true
gentleman. He was always a first class gentleman”
Falwell is survived by his wife of 69 years, Doris, and their
three sons, Charles, Terry, and David, along with nine grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

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2011 STATISTICS
2011 FREDERICK KEYS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 80-59)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Abreu, Miguel
.255 96 361 32 92 18
3
5
43 131 14 39 31
7 .286 .363
*Baker, Aaron
.386 12 44 8 17 3
0
2
9 26 6 9 0
0 .472 .591
Bernardo, Luis .152 11 33 1 5 0
0
0
6 5
4 4 0
0 .237 .152
*Britton, Buck
.341 25 91 9 31 9
0
3
30 49 8 7 1
1 .400 .538
*Bumbry, Steven .245 109 372 67 91 26
3
11
37 156 67 124 11
9 .364 .419
*Conley, Brian
.133 7 15 1 2 1
0
0
2 3
2 3 2
0 .316 .200
Dalles, Justin
.223 36 112 9 25 4
0
1
8 32 8 30 0
0 .287 .286
Davis, Glynn
.250 1
4 0 1 0
0
0
0 1
0 1 0
0 .250 .250
Donachie, Adam .221 22 68 8 15 3
0
3
10 27 8 20 0
0 .299 .397
Flacco, Michael .250 50 168 21 42 10
2
5
22 71 19 42 3
2 .351 .423
Hoes, LJ
.241 41 158 23 38 7
0
3
17 54 10 25 4
2 .297 .342
*Hudson, Kyle
.279 23 86 12 24 3
0
0
2 27 10 16 8
6 .354 .314
*Julius, Jacob
.170 77 241 22 41 7
0
8
30 72 16 88 3
5 .226 .299
Kolodny, Tyler
.249 67 229 28 57 13
0
4
21 82 23 48 7
6 .357 .358
Machado, Manny .245 63 237 24 58 12
3
5
26 91 22 48 8
5 .308 .384
*Mahoney, Joe .500 3
8 0 4 2
0
0
2 6
4 1 0
0 .667 .750
*Mollenhauer, Dale .237 125 409 51 97 18
1
7
33 138 57 100 30
9 .327 .337
Moore, Kyle
.000 10 15 0 0 0
0
0
0 0
1 7 0
0 .063 .000
*Mummey, Trent .293 15 58 13 17 2
2
1
10 26 6 8 7
1 .369 .448
Oliveira, Joe
.308 3 26 3 8 1
1
1
2 14 2 3 1
0 .357 .538
Rooney, Michael .192 40 99 11 19 4
0
0
3 23 7 20 3
3 .264 .232
Rosa, Garabez
.212 53 179 15 38 7
1
2
16 53 3 47 3
0 .225 .296
Schoop, Jonathan .271 77 299 37 81 12
2
5
37 112 22 44 6
3 .329 .375
*Schutz, Kipp
.212 87 306 39 65 20
0
7
36 106 22 74 6
9 .266 .346
Starr, Sammie
.111 3
9 1 1 0
0
0
0 1
2 1 0
0 .273 .111
Stevens, Bobby .234 79 252 48 59 8
2
8
27 95 31 55 7
6 .339 .377
*Townsend, Tyler .317 67 252 43 80 24
2
13
50 147 11 64 2
2 .358 .583
Ward, Brian
.254 104 335 43 85 22
0
7
32 128 42 54 9
2 .339 .382
Team Total
.245 139 4466 569 1093 236 22 101 511 1676 427 982 152 78 .318 .375
PITCHERS
W-L
Atkins, Mitch
0-1
Bascom, Timothy 1-0
Berry, Ryan
0-0
Bundy, Robert
11-5
Copeland, Scott 3-2
Dowdy, Josh
0-1
Drake, Oliver
8-3
Ferguson, D.J.
0-1
Gleason, Sean
1-3
*Gurka, Jason
1-1
*Haughian, Nicholas 8-7
Henry, Randy
0-3
Klein, Daniel
0-1
*Matusz, Brian
0-0
*McCurry, Cole 0-0
Moore, Justin
3-0
Moore, Kyle
0-0
*Moreau, Nathan 11-12
Moreland, Kenny 2-0
O’Shea, Ryan
3-6
*Petrini, Chris
2-2
*Pettit, Jacob
7-0
Rasner, Jacob
1-2
Schrader, Clayton 1-1
Startup, Will
3-0
Tanaka, Ryohei
9-5
*Tolliver, Ashur 1-1
*Zagone, Richard 4-2
Team Total
80-59

PCT ERA G
.000 3.00 2
1.000 0.00 1
.000 0.00 1
.688 2.75 20
.600 2.14 6
.000 10.12 2
.727 2.14 14
.000 10.12 1
.250 4.53 50
.500 3.18 20
.533 3.67 27
.000 3.60 9
.000 1.15 7
.000 2.25 1
.000 0.00 1
1.000 3.40 33
.000 0.00 1
.478 4.40 27
1.000 3.41 36
.333 3.09 25
.500 2.08 30
1.000 1.62 10
.333 10.45 7
.500 1.13 15
1.000 3.14 25
.643 3.33 23
.500 3.00 5
.667 2.97 7
.576 3.22 139

GS
2
1
1
20
6
0
13
1
0
0
21
0
0
1
0
0
0
26
0
8
0
10
4
0
0
18
0
7
139

CG SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
12

SV
IP H
0
9.0 7
0
6.0 4
0
4.0 3
0 121.0 102
0 33.2 25
0
2.2 3
0 96.2 78
0
2.2 3
32 47.2 38
1 28.1 19
0 135.0 134
1 15.0 17
0 15.2 9
0
4.0 2
0
1.0 0
1 55.2 41
0
1.0 0
0 141.0 133
1 60.2 53
2 75.2 66
3 47.2 35
0 55.2 42
0 20.2 35
3 24.0 8
1 48.2 38
1 113.2 118
1
9.0 8
0 36.1 31
47 1212.0 1052

R
3
0
0
43
8
3
27
3
24
10
62
6
2
1
0
22
0
80
23
28
15
12
29
3
18
47
3
16
488

ER HR
3 1
0 0
0 0
37 8
8 0
3 0
23 1
3 0
24 5
10 2
55 9
6 1
2 2
1 0
0 0
21 4
0 0
69 13
23 7
26 8
11 3
10 4
24 3
3 1
17 6
42 9
3 2
12 3
433 92

HB
1
0
0
10
3
0
4
0
0
1
7
1
1
0
0
4
0
12
1
5
1
4
3
1
2
1
1
3
66

BB
0
2
0
31
15
3
18
4
19
9
40
2
3
2
0
27
1
60
13
23
21
15
9
19
14
18
0
14
382

SO WP
14
0
7
0
4
0
100 11
22
2
3
1
80
6
1
1
58
3
34
0
102 7
11
0
21
1
2
0
1
0
43
1
0
0
106 12
41
2
54
3
53
6
41
0
11
0
35
1
38
1
84
6
8
0
27
1
1001 65

2011 KINSTON INDIANS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 76-62)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Abraham, Adam .252 130 456 63 115 31
0
17
72 197 70 114 5
2 .360 .432
Abreu, Abner
.244 91 336 42 82 16
5
12
35 144 22 102 19
3 .294 .429
Aguilar, Jesus
.257 31 113 12 29 3
0
4
13 44 11 28 1
0 .323 .389
*Burnette, Chase .230 74 248 24 57 10
2
4
32 83 14 74 3
2 .277 .335
Cannon, Tyler
.246 92 309 36 76 17
4
6
39 119 36 81 0
4 .325 .385
*Casas, Jordan .256 32 121 14 31 3
2
0
12 38 7 23 1
2 .302 .314
Cid, Delvi
.197 79 234 31 46 5
1
2
9 59 28 64 28
8 .306 .252
DeGeorge, Daniel .226 11 31 2 7 0
1
0
5 9
1 3 0
0 .242 .290
Folgia, Greg
.176 11 34 4 6 3
0
0
2 9
0 16 0
0 .200 .265

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

53

2011 STATISTICS
BATTERS
Frawley, Casey
Gallas, Anthony
*Greenwell, Bo
Holt, Tyler
Martinez, Argenis
Perez, Roberto
Pickens, Doug
Rivas, Ron
Smit, Jason
Smith, Kyle
Tice, Jeremie
Toole, Justin
Team Total

AVG G AB R H 2B
.215 127 465 54 100 20
.197 39 142 14 28 10
.260 65 235 27 61 12
.254 123 449 66 114 18
.227 32 88 9 20 3
.225 94 284 30 64 16
.165 76 242 14 40 5
.143 10 35 2 5 0
.217 8 23 3 5 2
.000 3
9 1 0 0
.258 77 275 39 71 16
.258 99 329 39 85 20
.234 138 4461 527 1043 210

PITCHERS
W-L
Allen, Cody
0-0
Brach, Brett
6-9
Bryson, Rob
0-0
Cook, Clayton
9-9
Flores, Jose
4-5
Goodnight, Michael 1-0
Guilmet, Preston 1-1
Haley, Trey
1-1
*House, T.J.
6-12
*Jimenez, Francisco 4-3
*Jones, Chris
7-1
Landis, Kyle
9-2
Mahalic, Joey
0-0
*McFarland, T.J. 0-1
Miller, Adam
0-1
Murata, Toru
3-2
*Pomeranz, Drew 3-2
Popham, Marty 6-2
*Rayl, Mike
1-3
*Reichenbach, J.D. 1-0
Sarianides, Nickolas 2-0
*Soto, Giovanni 4-4
Sturdevant, Tyler 4-2
Turek, Travis
3-0
Wright, Steven
1-2
Team Total
76-62

PCT ERA G
.000 0.00 1
.400 3.60 21
.000 0.64 10
.500 4.56 25
.444 6.02 42
1.000 1.69 1
.500 2.16 52
.500 3.77 19
.333 5.19 25
.571 3.23 26
.875 3.36 43
.818 2.15 32
.000 11.17 5
.000 2.25 2
.000 4.91 8
.600 2.36 22
.600 1.87 15
.750 4.19 22
.250 4.61 8
1.000 0.00 2
1.000 4.05 6
.500 3.23 15
.667 1.98 21
1.000 3.57 12
.333 4.46 7
.551 3.68 138

GS
0
19
0
25
0
1
0
0
24
7
0
0
0
2
0
5
15
16
8
1
0
11
0
0
4
138

3B
4
0
2
4
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
28

CG SHO
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
13

HR
11
2
3
2
0
2
2
0
0
0
11
0
78

RBI
59
21
23
26
6
30
16
1
2
0
43
26
473

TB
161
44
86
146
23
88
51
5
9
0
120
107
1543

BB
44
12
20
78
12
62
14
3
2
1
36
16
489

SO
111
34
30
106
21
79
60
12
6
5
73
51
1094

SB
7
1
5
34
4
1
0
0
0
0
1
17
127

CS
3
0
6
6
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
3
42

OBP
.291
.287
.318
.365
.352
.365
.225
.211
.280
.100
.356
.311
.318

SLG
.346
.310
.366
.325
.261
.310
.211
.143
.391
.000
.436
.325
.346

SV
IP H
0
3.0 1
0 115.0 97
1 14.0 6
0 122.1 124
2 55.1 72
0
5.1 3
35 58.1 43
1 28.2 25
0 130.0 133
0 69.2 69
0 72.1 65
3 50.1 33
0
9.2 16
0 12.0 9
1 11.0 8
2 49.2 37
0 77.0 56
0 96.2 92
0 41.0 48
0
6.0 0
0 13.1 15
0 64.0 56
1 41.0 31
0 22.2 22
0 38.1 47
46 1206.2 1108

R
0
48
1
70
46
1
14
14
85
29
31
12
13
5
7
14
22
47
23
0
6
29
10
9
28
564

ER
0
46
1
62
37
1
14
12
75
25
27
12
12
3
6
13
16
45
21
0
6
23
9
9
19
494

HR
0
8
1
10
2
0
4
1
12
4
6
5
1
2
2
2
2
17
6
0
0
5
3
1
7
101

HB
0
7
0
5
0
2
0
3
6
1
1
2
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
1
0
7
1
1
1
45

BB SO WP
0
3
0
37 72
3
3 20
0
53 106 3
19 49
5
0
6
0
11 60
3
17 27
4
66 89
8
23 75
3
30 66 12
9 61
0
5
4
1
1 12
0
5 14
0
10 58
2
32 95
6
19 95
5
13 37
2
2
3
0
9
6
2
21 64
1
8 44
0
10 17
0
16 27
7
419 1110 67

2011 LYNCHBURG HILLCATS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 60-78)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Bethancourt, Christian .271 45 166 11 45 6
0
1
20 54 3 35 3
2 .277 .325
Brownsten, Cory .190 6 21 3 4 2
0
0
0 6
1 3 0
0 .227 .286
#Cunningham, Todd .257 87 334 59 86 12
4
4
20 118 33 47 14
6 .348 .353
Davis, Kyle
.273 5 11 3 3 0
0
1
1 6
2 6 2
0 .385 .545
T
Davis, Kyle
.127 20 63 3 8 2
0
1
3 13 2 27 2
0 .167 .206
Delgado, Ryan
.357 4 14 0 5 2
0
0
0 7
0 1 0
0 .357 .500
Gosselin, Philip .264 115 424 60 112 24
6
6
63 166 37 76 6
2 .324 .392
Hefflinger, Robby .114 12 44 2 5 2
0
0
2 7
3 19 0
0 .170 .159
Kleinknecht, Barrett .209 83 282 25 59 13
0
7
28 93 17 56 7
2 .265 .330
*Lemon, Marcus .260 52 177 21 46 10
1
2
10 64 17 23 6
3 .325 .362
Leonard, Joe
.247 110 405 43 100 27
1
8
63 153 39 88 1
2 .311 .378
McGill, Shawn .289 60 201 25 58 11
1
5
18 86 17 31 3
3 .356 .428
*Milligan, Adam .291 64 237 35 69 19
4
12
40 132 16 76 1
0 .345 .557
Query, Ryan
.211 7 19 4 4 1
1
0
6 7
4 2 0
0 .360 .368
Rodriguez, Geraldo .219 77 260 22 57 17
0
10
46 104 19 94 3
2 .293 .400
Schlehuber, Braeden .248 36 121 18 30 10
0
4
14 52 9 17 2
1 .298 .430
Simmons, Andrelton .311 131 517 69 161 35
6
1
52 211 29 43 26 18 .351 .408
Spanjer-Furstenburg,
Riaan
.188 17 64 3 12 5
0
0
1 17 2 15 1
1 .212 .266
#Terdoslavich,
Joseph
.286 131 483 72 138 52
2
20
82 254 41 107 2
0 .341 .526
BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Walker, Kirk
.000 1
4 0 0 0
0
0
0 0
0 1 0
0 .000 .000
Ware, L.V.
.251 115 367 40 92 19
6
7
33 144 21 98 14 10 .315 .392
Weaver, Matthew .179 12 39 5 7 0
1
1
4 12 3 12 0
0 .238 .308
Whitmer, Jace
.107 8 28 0 3 2
0
0
1 5
0 7 0
0 .107 .179
*Wiley, Keenan .285 102 358 59 102 11
5
1
24 126 22 66 19
5 .338 .352
Team Total
.262 138 4578 579 1198 280 38 90 528 1824 335 924 110 57 .320 .398
PITCHERS
Brewer, Caleb
*Buchter, Ryan

54

W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO
1-2 .333 5.14 4 4 0
0
2-5 .286 3.59 34 0 0
0

CAROLINA LEAGUE

SV
0
15

IP H
21.0 19
42.2 36

R
13
18

ER HR
12 2
17 3

HB
0
6

BB
20
22

SO
13
49

WP
3
5

2011 STATISTICS
PITCHERS
W-L
Butts, Brett
0-0
Cardenas, Eliecer 4-3
Castro, Yeliar
0-0
*Crim, Matt
2-8
*Delgado, Dimasther 9-6
Frevert, Matthew 1-3
Hale, David
4-6
Haynes, Jeremy 2-1
Jurik, Dan
0-0
Kempf, Willie
3-5
Lamm, Mark
1-2
Lowey, Jason
0-0
*Masters, Chris 9-5
Moran, Gary
2-1
Rasmus, Cory
1-5
*Rodgers, Chad 0-0
Roth, Robert
0-0
Russell, Andrew 2-2
Shafer, Aaron
3-3
*Sims, Blaine
3-6
Spruill, Zeke
7-9
*Talley, Matt
0-0
Vizcaino, Arodys 2-2
Weber, Ryan
0-0
Wilson, Andrew 2-4
Team Total
60-78

PCT
.000
.571
.000
.200
.600
.250
.400
.667
.000
.375
.333
.000
.643
.667
.167
.000
.000
.500
.500
.333
.438
.000
.500
.000
.333
.435

ERA G
0.00 1
0.79 40
10.38 4
5.88 29
3.94 23
8.25 10
4.10 28
6.14 26
3.45 7
6.75 13
3.16 15
2.25 8
3.34 28
2.63 5
7.09 7
0.00 1
4.40 9
4.67 33
3.05 11
3.66 24
3.19 20
5.06 1
2.45 9
3.00 2
2.70 36
3.89 138

GS
0
0
0
8
17
0
13
0
2
7
0
0
23
5
7
0
0
0
10
12
20
1
9
0
0
138

CG SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
7

SV
IP H
0
1.0 0
7 56.2 31
0
4.1 4
0 72.0 108
0 96.0 86
1 12.0 13
0 101.0 106
0 36.2 38
0 15.2 15
0 46.2 57
1 25.2 17
3
8.0 6
0 148.1 128
0 27.1 21
0 26.2 28
0
0.2 0
0 14.1 12
0 54.0 52
0 65.0 61
0 83.2 87
0 129.2 108
0
5.1 7
0 40.1 31
0
6.0 6
5 50.0 44
32 1190.2 1121

R
0
12
6
55
50
11
52
30
6
37
9
2
59
10
28
0
8
33
26
42
56
3
14
2
19
601

ER
0
5
5
47
42
11
46
25
6
35
9
2
55
8
21
0
7
28
22
34
46
3
11
2
15
514

HR
0
1
0
7
8
4
9
5
3
10
2
2
10
0
5
0
2
5
3
3
7
0
3
0
5
99

HB
0
4
0
5
6
0
10
1
1
1
2
1
8
2
4
0
1
6
2
5
8
0
0
0
1
74

BB SO
1
1
29 75
6
8
22 47
48 77
5 11
30 86
33 33
9 13
22 35
12 19
5 11
65 122
7 24
12 40
0
1
8 10
16 43
24 40
30 52
23 92
1
0
10 37
3
3
14 56
477 998

WP
0
8
0
2
5
0
7
4
3
7
2
0
11
0
5
0
3
4
1
7
5
0
4
0
9
95

2011 MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 72-67)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
*Adair, Travis
.305 71 279 38 85 14
2
4
33 115 24 44 1
2 .363 .412
*Bolden, Jared .271 94 347 48 94 21
6
6
47 145 21 89 4
5 .314 .418
Chirino, Santiago .263 115 422 54 111 18
1
4
41 143 18 49 3
3 .304 .339
*Clark, Andrew .297 20 64 11 19 4
0
2
12 29 21 11 0
0 .471 .453
DiFazio, Vincent .232 67 228 29 53 16
1
8
31 95 43 73 1
0 .380 .417
#Garcia, Leury
.256 109 442 65 113 19
5
3
38 151 28 100 30 12 .306 .342
*Hilligoss, Mitch .253 59 237 29 60 14
0
2
24 80 15 40 5
1 .299 .338
*Hoying, Jared .236 116 420 50 99 27
4
5
45 149 45 98 10
9 .321 .355
#James, Andres .196 82 270 27 53 7
1
0
15 62 5 46 6
4 .219 .230
*McGuiness, Chris .214 53 196 19 42 10
0
2
26 58 30 51 1
0 .320 .296
*Nicholas, Brett .111 3
9 0 1 1
0
0
0 2
2 3 0
0 .273 .222
Olt, Michael
.267 69 240 39 64 15
0
14
42 121 48 70 0
1 .387 .504
Paisano, David .241 65 245 21 59 13
4
1
22 83 8 37 1
3 .271 .339
Prince, Jared
.282 131 482 67 136 30
1
8
72 192 47 47 2
3 .376 .398
Roof, Jonathan .186 12 43 5 8 2
0
0
1 10 3 9 0
0 .239 .233
Strausborger, Ryan .270 126 488 71 132 29
9
8
57 203 45 91 31 12 .347 .416
Swift, Jimmy
.167 12 48 5 8 1
0
1
2 12 2 14 0
0 .216 .250
Zaneski, Zach
.281 73 274 24 77 17
0
6
42 112 22 56 0
0 .344 .409
Team Total
.256 139 4737 602 1214 258 34 74 550 1762 427 929 95 55 .328 .372

PITCHERS
W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV
IP H
R ER HR HB BB SO WP
*Bell, Chad
3-2 .600 2.98 32 9 1
0
1 81.2 76 30 27 2
2
23 69
3
Boscan, Wilfredo 4-12 .250 4.69 22 20 0
0
0 119.0 144 74 62 11
2
30 72
4
*De Los Santos,
Miguel
6-3 .667 3.82 13 12 0
0
0 63.2 46 32 27 2
0
28 97
3
Devore, Kyle
0-0 .000 0.00 1 0 0
0
0
0.2 3
2 0 0
0
0
0
0
Doyle, Andrew
1-0 1.000 4.35 5 0 0
0
0 10.1 12 6 5 0
1
6 13
2
*Erlin, Robert
3-2 .600 2.14 9 9 0
0
0 54.2 25 15 13 7
3
5 62
1
Gomez, Kennil
2-7 .222 3.81 35 11 0
0
1 101.2 98 54 43 7
9
41 80
8
Grimm, Justin
5-2 .714 3.39 16 16 0
0
0 90.1 84 40 34 2
6
30 73
4
Hurley, Trevor
2-4 .333 2.70 38 0 0
0
4 56.2 43 24 17 8
1
28 69
5
Kelly, Ryan
3-6 .333 3.95 40 5 0
0
9 82.0 74 44 36 6
2
23 64
8
*Kiker, Kasey
3-4 .429 7.05 30 1 0
0
0 44.2 45 39 35 3
7
52 54 11
Killian, Colby
0-1 .000 3.65 9 0 0
0
0 12.1 15 6 5 1
0
6
7
1
Loux, Barret
8-5 .615 3.80 21 21 0
0
0 109.0 106 50 46 6
8
34 127 17
*Ortiz, Joseph
5-5 .500 2.15 40 0 0
0
5 67.0 54 18 16 4
0
14 55
3
Osborne, Zach
5-2 .714 3.36 34 1 0
0
3 56.1 51 24 21 2
6
13 48
2
Ramirez, Neil
0-0 .000 0.00 1 1 0
0
0
4.2 1
0 0 0
0
1
9
1
PITCHERS
W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV
IP H
R ER HR HB BB SO WP
*Reyes, Jimmy
0-1 .000 4.15 7 0 0
0
2
8.2 9
4 4 1
2
0
7
0
Rodebaugh, Ryan 1-1 .500 5.21 16 0 0
0
2 19.0 20 11 11 3
1
9 22
1
*Ross, Robert
9-4 .692 2.26 21 20 1
0
0 123.1 102 37 31 1
6
28 98
5
Tufts, Tyler
1-0 1.000 1.35 6 0 0
0
3
6.2 4
1 1 1
0
1
9
0
West, Matthew
0-0 .000 0.00 1 0 0
0
0
1.0 1
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
Wieland, Joseph 6-3 .667 2.10 14 13 1
1
0 85.2 78 23 20 7
2
4 96
7
Yan, Johan
5-3 .625 1.52 26 0 0
0
10 41.1 33 11 7 2
3
13 48
1
Team Total
72-67 .518 3.32 139 139 3
12 40 1240.1 1124 545 458 76 61 389 1179 87

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2011 STATISTICS
2 011 POTOMAC NATIONALS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 68-71)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
#Bloxom, Justin .259 88 320 36 83 20
3
9
45 136 36 75 2
3 .331 .425
Cuevas, Justino .323 19 65 7 21 4
1
2
12 33 2 18 1
0 .333 .508
*Curran, Chris .149 21 47 4 7 1
0
0
1 8
4 13 2
2 .231 .170
Dykstra, Cutter .212 94 306 26 65 11
1
1
27 81 21 82 12
4 .265 .265
Gilbert, Archie
.316 5 19 2 6 1
0
0
2 7
2 3 5
0 .409 .368
Hague, Rick
.357 4 14 4 5 2
0
1
4 10 2 1 1
0 .438 .714
Higley, J.R.
.234 69 209 36 49 13
0
6
23 80 23 61 5
2 .339 .383
Hood, Destin
.276 128 463 61 128 29
5
13
83 206 58 96 21
6 .364 .445
King, Stephen
.250 21 72 9 18 6
0
2
6 30 5 21 1
0 .341 .417
Kobernus, Jeff
.282 124 489 67 138 22
4
7
52 189 21 87 53
8 .313 .387
#Leon, Sandy
.251 109 370 36 93 21
1
6
43 134 33 69 1
3 .312 .362
#Lozada, Jose
.256 99 313 50 80 22
5
6
34 130 33 69 8
4 .340 .415
Mayo, Jeremy
.167 5 12 1 2 1
0
0
0 3
2 7 0
1 .286 .250
Nicol, Sean
.156 14 45 8 7 1
0
0
3 8
6 11 0
0 .255 .178
#Nieto, Adrian
.200 2
5 1 1 0
0
0
0 1
1 2 0
0 .333 .200
Peacock, Brian .237 60 186 21 44 9
1
2
20 61 18 59 7
3 .303 .328
Perez, Eury
.283 119 424 54 120 9
2
1
41 136 22 63 45 15 .319 .321
*Ramirez, J.P.
.223 85 310 38 69 14
1
7
29 106 21 57 3
1 .275 .342
Rodriguez, Ivan .333 1
3 1 1 0
0
1
1 4
0 0 0
0 .333 1.333
#Soriano, Francisco .229 88 284 48 65 15
3
6
37 104 55 51 16
4 .360 .366
Souza, Steven
.228 122 390 58 89 17
2
11
56 143 75 131 25
9 .360 .367
#Walters, Zach .293 30 116 15 34 7
1
0
11 43 8 33 7
1 .336 .371
Zimmerman, Ryan .400 3 10 0 4 2
0
0
1 6
1 1 0
0 .455 .600
Team Total
.252 139 4472 583 1129 227 30 81 531 1659 449 1010 215 66 .326 .371

PITCHERS
W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV
IP H
R ER HR HB BB SO WP
*Bronson, Evan 5-5 .500 3.64 23 12 0
0
0 96.1 103 43 39 9
6
28 55
3
Caldera, Alex
0-1 .000 16.71 3 2 0
0
0
7.0 16 13 13 5
0
3
6
0
*Clegg, Mitchell 4-7 .364 5.50 29 11 0
0
0 88.1 120 74 54 6
6
28 38
3
Davis, Erik
0-5 .000 6.75 6 6 1
0
0 33.1 37 26 25 2
5
16 24
0
*Demmin, Ryan 0-0 .000 10.03 8 0 0
0
0 11.2 16 13 13 6
2
6
9
0
Demny, Paul
10-10 .500 4.32 26 26 0
0
0 143.2 144 79 69 18 13 54 108 9
Frias, Marcos
3-3 .500 2.63 43 4 0
0
2 75.1 56 23 22 6
4
28 67
2
Gaudin, Chad
0-0 .000 0.00 1 1 0
0
0
1.0 0
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
Holder, Trevor
3-8 .273 5.77 19 14 1
0
0 87.1 107 60 56 7
7
9 51
5
Holland, Neil
4-0 1.000 2.73 20 0 0
0
1 29.2 21 9 9 1
3
9 20
0
Lehman, Pat
2-0 1.000 1.72 13 0 0
0
7 15.2 9
4 3 0
0
0 11
2
Lozada, Jose
0-0 .000 45.00 1 0 0
0
0
1.0 5
5 5 2
0
0
0
0
Martin, Rafael
1-0 1.000 1.13 6 0 0
0
0
8.0 6
2 1 0
0
2 10
1
Martinez, Carlos 0-2 .000 13.50 4 0 0
0
0
3.1 7
5 5 0
0
0
0
0
Mock, Garrett
0-0 .000 0.00 1 1 0
0
0
6.0 4
0 0 0
0
2
6
0
Morrison, Kyle
0-0 .000 4.91 5 0 0
0
0
7.1 11 5 4 1
0
5
7
0
Nelo, Hector
1-0 1.000 2.40 36 0 0
0
18 41.1 32 17 11 0
0
16 35
3
Olbrychowski, Adam 5-7 .417 4.16 31 15 0
0
1 101.2 99 53 47 6
4
56 78 13
Peacock, Brian
0-0 .000 0.00 1 0 0
0
0
1.0 2
0 0 0
0
1
0
0
*Rosenbaum, Daniel 6-5 .545 2.59 20 19 2
1
0 132.0 113 52 38 4
7
41 108 7
Selik, Cameron 4-9 .308 4.52 22 16 3
0
0 91.2 91 57 46 6
8
26 52 10
*Smoker, Josh
5-2 .714 2.31 46 0 0
0
2 50.2 32 16 13 4
3
37 56
6
*Solis, Sammy
6-2 .750 2.72 10 10 0
0
0 56.1 61 20 17 5
2
11 53
1
Strasburg, Stephen 0-0 .000 0.00 1 1 0
0
0
3.0 2
0 0 0
0
0
5
0
*Testa, Joe
6-2 .750 1.42 39 0 0
0
2 38.0 26 13 6 1
5
24 34
1
Wang, Chien-Ming 0-0 .000 0.00 1 1 0
0
0
4.0 1
0 0 0
0
2
2
1
Weaver, Dean
1-1 .500 9.37 13 0 0
0
0 16.1 22 17 17 4
3
7
7
2
Wort, Rob
2-2 .500 4.42 34 0 0
0
3 36.2 32 21 18 3
5
27 37
2
Team Total
68-71 .489 4.00 139 139 7
8
36 1187.2 1175 627 528 96 83 438 879 71
2011 SALEM RED SOX INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 64-75)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Almanzar, Michael .182 61 220 18 40 8
0
2
15 54 9 55 3
3 .223 .245
Bermudez, Ronald .194 9 31 5 6 3
0
0
3 9
2 4 1
0 .265 .290
Brentz, Bryce
.274 75 288 48 79 15
1
19
58 153 26 80 1
1 .336 .531
Butler, Dan
.247 91 312 39 77 20
0
11
66 130 45 56 4
1 .350 .417
Dominguez, Drew .200 2
5 1 1 0
0
0
0 1
1 3 0
0 .429 .200
Escobar, Leonel .200 4 10 0 2 0
0
0
0 2
1 2 0
0 .273 .200
#Frias, Vladimir .197 24 71 10 14 4
0
3
13 27 9 16 4
4 .313 .380
BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Garcia, Joantoni .333 2
6 0 2 0
0
0
0 2
0 2 0
1 .333 .333
*Gentile, Zach
.273 80 253 33 69 10
1
0
20 81 31 42 3
2 .366 .320
Gibson, Derrik
.240 128 445 56 107 20
3
1
30 136 48 86 24
9 .321 .306
*Hazelbaker, Jeremy .279 34 122 26 34 9
0
5
14 58 20 34 12
6 .389 .475
Head, Miles
.254 63 232 27 59 12
1
7
29 94 20 56 0
2 .328 .405
*Hissey, Peter
.241 97 378 38 91 25
3
2
41 128 25 93 27 11 .297 .339
Kang, James
.189 14 37 2 7 1
0
0
2 8
3 11 1
0 .268 .216
*Mailman, David .212 79 260 27 55 20
1
6
25 95 31 70 7
3 .297 .365
Meneses, Heiker .356 26 101 23 36 9
5
1
13 58 8 24 6
1 .416 .574
*Padron, Jorge .248 60 226 26 56 12
3
2
27 80 21 25 0
0 .317 .354

56

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2011 STATISTICS
BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Peley, Josue
.276 36 123 17 34 6
0
0
9 40 7 27 4
1 .311 .325
#Pichardo, Wilfred .244 23 86 8 21 4
1
0
6 27 3 28 2
5 .272 .314
Rodriguez, Reynaldo .317 56 202 44 64 24
1
9
43 117 27 43 7
2 .397 .579
Spring, Matt
.250 24 88 13 22 7
0
7
23 50 6 32 0
1 .298 .568
#Valdez, Alex
.243 39 140 13 34 11
2
1
15 52 13 40 4
1 .303 .371
Vitek, Kolbrin
.281 123 473 78 133 22
6
3
43 176 45 102 12
3 .350 .372
Wagner, Mark
.264 26 87 14 23 4
0
4
14 39 14 16 1
0 .365 .448
Wilkerson, Shannon .251 102 342 54 86 18
2
10
39 138 34 70 13
3 .322 .404
Team Total
.254 139 4538 620 1152 264 30 93 548 1755 449 1017 136 60 .328 .387

PITCHERS
W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV
IP H
R ER HR HB BB SO WP
Balcom-Miller, Chris 3-1 .750 2.34 7 7 0
0
0 34.2 24 10 9 2
3
11 37
2
Batista, Anatanaer 4-3 .571 4.44 27 0 0
0
2 52.2 54 31 26 5
2
26 46
4
Bayer, Jeremiah 7-4 .636 3.26 36 0 0
0
4 91.0 86 35 33 4
8
32 69
8
*Britton, Drake 1-13 .071 6.91 26 26 0
0
0 97.2 111 81 75 12
6
55 89 16
*Cabral, Cesar
1-0 1.000 1.62 12 0 0
0
8 16.2 15 5 3 0
0
5 24
2
Ebert, Tom
5-6 .455 4.09 31 4 0
0
1 83.2 67 40 38 7
16 37 71
8
Flasher, Jordan 3-0 1.000 2.92 5 0 0
0
0 12.1 13 5 4 0
1
5
5
1
Gentile, Zach
0-0 .000 18.00 1 0 0
0
0
1.0 1
2 2 1
0
1
0
0
Gleason, Michael 0-2 .000 6.86 13 0 0
0
2 19.2 27 15 15 2
4
9 16
0
Gonzalez, Miguel 0-1 .000 1.80 2 2 0
0
0
5.0 5
1 1 0
1
2
4
0
*Hernandez, Chris 10-7 .588 3.18 25 25 1
0
0 127.1 112 53 45 8
6
51 80
6
*Herold, Mitch
1-2 .333 3.35 22 0 0
0
2 40.1 31 16 15 1
1
13 32
5
Hose, T.J.
1-1 .500 4.22 6 0 0
0
1 10.2 11 5 5 2
0
7
9
5
*Latimer, Will
1-0 1.000 2.93 36 0 0
0
8 76.2 64 30 25 5
2
20 61
0
Martin, Chris
2-1 .667 0.92 13 0 0
0
4 39.1 29 4 4 0
3
6 24
0
Neuman, Dennis 0-3 .000 5.40 7 0 0
0
0 11.2 15 8 7 2
1
12 8
3
Pimentel, Stolmy 6-4 .600 4.53 11 10 0
0
0 51.2 50 29 26 8
8
16 35
5
Pressly, Ryan
6-11 .353 4.50 26 26 0
0
0 130.0 125 84 65 9
13 53 72 11
Ranaudo, Anthony 5-5 .500 4.33 16 16 0
0
0 81.0 80 43 39 6
9
30 67
6
*Rivera, Manuel 0-2 .000 5.59 5 2 0
0
2 19.1 18 12 12 3
1
10 8
3
Ruiz, Pete
6-5 .545 5.31 28 15 0
0
1 115.1 126 80 68 5
12 55 94
7
Tazawa, Junichi 0-1 .000 6.05 6 6 0
0
0 19.1 20 13 13 4
3
6 13
0
1
Volz, Kendal
2-3 .286 3.33 31 0 0
0
2 51.1 42 19 19 6
2
12 56
3
Team Total
64-75 .460 4.16 139 139 1
6
37 1188.1 1126 621 549 92 102 474 920 95

2011 WILMINGTON BLUE ROCKS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 66-72)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Batista, Deivy
.217 97 281 35 61 16
2
2
23 87 29 88 5
3 .295 .310
Bonilla, Jose
.210 76 243 21 51 11
0
3
29 71 30 53 1
1 .301 .292
*Caseres, Steven .107 8 28 1 3 0
0
0
0 3
2 12 0
0 .167 .107
Dyer, Jared
.158 7 19 4 3 1
0
0
0 4
2 5 0
0 .238 .211
Eigsti, Ryan
.250 14 40 4 10 1
0
2
5 17 6 15 0
0 .362 .425
Ferguson, Tim
.222 111 379 44 84 12
1
6
43 116 38 90 13
7 .291 .306
Francis, Nick
.319 51 191 30 61 20
2
7
35 106 13 40 7
1 .363 .555
Frost, Adam
.214 5 14 4 3 0
1
0
3 5
1 2 4
0 .267 .357
Graterol, Juan
.182 23 77 3 14 2
0
1
5 19 6 16 0
0 .241 .247
#Hall, Gerard
.255 32 102 9 26 6
1
0
13 34 6 18 3
2 .303 .333
Jones, Travis
.231 9 26 4 6 2
0
0
1 8
3 6 0
0 .300 .308
Lewis, Joey
.204 77 260 29 53 13
3
7
25 93 23 79 0
1 .271 .358
Liberto, Michael .233 13 30 8 7 2
0
0
5 9
6 5 2
0 .378 .300
McClure, Alex
.196 67 240 22 47 4
3
1
13 60 15 63 14
7 .257 .250
Merrifield, Whit .262 126 477 74 125 30
3
5
36 176 52 89 24 14 .337 .369
Mertins, Kurt
.264 24 91 15 24 4
0
0
7 28 6 15 1
2 .323 .308
Morales, Adrian .300 3 10 2 3 1
0
0
0 4
2 2 0
1 .417 .400
#Navarro, Rey
.285 72 277 34 79 17
7
8
41 134 18 39 5
4 .337 .484
*Ortiz, Adrian
.115 8 26 1 3 3
0
0
1 6
2 5 0
1 .179 .231
Prades, Yem
.289 80 305 36 88 16
5
4
24 126 10 66 11
7 .313 .413
Rodriguez, Julio .219 22 73 3 16 5
0
1
8 24 2 9 0
0 .247 .329
Stovall, Ryan
.242 58 223 23 54 16
0
2
19 76 5 53 6
3 .267 .341
*Testa, Carlo
.290 100 366 48 106 27
4
7
43 162 36 109 18
7 .361 .443
Van Stratten, Nick .271 61 229 22 62 14
1
1
27 81 13 30 10
3 .323 .354
*Whittleman, John .234 123 415 52 97 24
3
20
68 187 76 108 2
0 .349 .451
Team Total
.246 138 4422 528 1086 247 36 77 474 1636 402 1017 126 64 .313 .370

PITCHERS
*Arguelles, Noel
Baez, Manauris
Barrera, Henry
*Caldwell, Allen
*Chapman, Kevin
Cuevas, Gary
*Dennick, Ryan
Garcia, Edgar
*Gibson, Glenn

W-L
4-5
1-1
0-0
2-0
0-2
0-0
3-7
0-0
0-0

PCT ERA G GS CG SHO
.444 3.20 21 21 0
0
.500 2.33 8 0 0
0
.000 3.00 3 0 0
0
1.000 1.50 9 2 0
0
.000 4.84 15 0 0
0
.000 9.00 4 0 0
0
.300 4.36 35 0 0
0
.000 2.25 7 0 0
0
.000 13.06 9 0 0
0

SV
0
0
0
1
7
0
4
1
0

IP
104.0
19.1
6.0
24.0
22.1
5.0
53.2
12.0
10.1

H
93
20
6
15
24
6
55
11
25

R
38
6
2
5
14
5
30
3
17

ER HR
37 6
5 1
2 0
4 2
12 1
5 0
26 4
3 0
15 3

HB
5
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1

BB
24
7
1
4
7
8
14
2
4

SO
64
20
11
23
40
4
51
11
7

WP
7
3
1
0
2
4
2
1
0

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57

2011 STATISTICS
PITCHERS
W-L
Herrera, Kelvin
2-1
*Keck, Jon
0-2
*Lafferty, Brendan 2-3
Mariot, Michael 8-4
*Marks, Justin
8-8
Melville, Timothy 11-10
Odenbach, Dusty 2-3
Odorizzi, Jake
5-4
Paukovits, Bryan 2-3
Pimentel, Elisaul 6-7
Rivers, Alex
0-0
Sample, Tyler
7-12
Stueve, Andrew 1-0
Volz, Kendal
1-0
T
Volz, Kendal
3-3
White, Cole
1-0
Team Total
66-72

PCT
.667
.000
.400
.667
.500
.514
.400
.556
.400
.462
.000
.368
1.000
1.000
.500
1.000
.478

ERA G
0.61 8
5.56 14
4.57 19
3.41 28
3.98 28
4.32 29
3.50 20
2.87 15
3.46 31
3.59 26
0.00 1
5.25 27
0.00 2
1.64 6
3.03 37
1.69 2
3.86 138

GS
0
0
0
9
22
25
0
15
0
22
0
22
0
0
0
0
138

CG SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
10

SV
IP H
1 14.2 8
4 22.2 26
1 43.1 51
5 100.1 99
0 144.2 144
0 135.1 152
0 46.1 38
0 78.1 68
7 54.2 52
1 133.0 129
0
2.0 0
0 130.1 146
0
3.0 0
1 11.0 11
3 62.1 53
1
5.1 5
34 1181.2 1184

R
1
15
28
47
66
73
20
30
33
60
0
95
0
3
22
1
592

ER
1
14
22
38
64
65
18
25
21
53
0
76
0
2
21
1
507

HR
1
0
4
7
14
7
4
4
1
10
0
11
0
0
6
0
80

HB
0
2
2
2
3
12
4
2
3
1
0
11
0
0
2
0
50

BB
2
11
15
21
49
53
25
22
17
31
0
58
0
1
13
2
378

SO WP
12
0
21
5
33
6
80
9
140 5
108 11
36
3
103 6
46
8
105 5
1
0
86
8
3
0
7
0
63
3
4
0
1079 86

2011 WINSTON-SALEM DASH INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (W-L Record 69-71)

BATTERS
AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG
Blanke, Michael .236 68 237 25 56 9
0
7
25 86 22 43 0
0 .303 .363
Bour, Jason
.183 38 120 9 22 4
0
1
9 29 8 34 0
0 .233 .242
*Ciolli, Nick
.264 113 375 54 99 17
6
14
62 170 39 118 7
8 .333 .453
Colligan, Kyle
.202 90 252 34 51 11
2
8
30 90 46 69 6
4 .326 .357
1
Davis, Kyle
.096 15 52 0 5 2
0
0
2 7
0 21 0
0 .113 .135
*Dubler, Kevin
.306 12 36 10 11 3
0
3
10 23 4 4 0
0 .381 .639
Eveland, Kyle
.091 6 11 1 1 0
0
0
0 1
1 5 0
1 .167 .091
Gac, Ian
.279 140 516 91 144 31
1
33
96 276 58 144 0
1 .358 .535
Martinez, Jose
.314 80 315 45 99 13
3
5
29 133 13 44 2
3 .344 .422
*Mitchell, Jared .222 129 477 74 106 31
8
9
58 180 52 183 14
6 .304 .377
Oester, Jake
.252 38 123 10 31 6
1
1
17 42 7 36 0
2 .295 .341
Saladino, Tyler .270 102 397 75 107 26
9
16
55 199 51 90 7
7 .363 .501
Shelton, Kyle
.263 17 57 5 15 5
1
1
9 25 4 11 0
2 .317 .439
Shoemaker, Brady .273 19 66 9 18 3
0
0
12 21 9 16 0
1 .351 .318
*Sierra, Luis
.221 63 213 24 47 12
1
4
27 73 19 45 1
2 .286 .343
Silverio, Juan
.276 45 170 28 47 10
3
4
27 75 10 41 2
1 .322 .441
*Spatola, John .161 10 31 0 5 2
0
0
1 7
2 8 0
1 .206 .226
*Wagner, Daniel .256 132 481 60 123 14
4
1
28 148 31 64 25 12 .300 .308
*Wilkins, Andy .278 134 493 72 137 33
0
23
89 239 56 91 2
2 .349 .485
*Yount, Austin
.214 62 187 18 40 9
2
3
15 62 23 52 1
0 .300 .332
Team Total
.253 140 4609 644 1164 241 41 133 601 1886 455 1119 67 53 .322 .409

PITCHERS
W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV
IP H
R ER HR HB BB SO WP
Ballinger, Jimmy 4-2 .667 5.23 18 0 0
0
1 41.1 49 26 24 4
4
16 33
4
Bassitt, Chris
0-0 .000 5.40 1 0 0
0
0
1.2 2
1 1 0
1
0
1
0
Bayne, Cameron 12-8 .600 3.65 23 23 0
0
0 148.0 131 69 60 11
6
51 79
3
Blough, Bryan
0-0 .000 13.50 1 0 0
0
0
1.1 5
2 2 0
0
0
1
0
Buch, Ryan
4-4 .500 4.92 11 11 0
0
0 56.2 52 34 31 10
5
23 48
2
Cassel, Justin
0-0 .000 0.79 5 1 0
0
0 11.1 14 5 1 0
0
2
4
1
Collop, Justin
2-3 .400 4.17 15 6 0
0
0 41.0 41 21 19 3
4
13 30
2
Corley, Tyson
0-1 .000 0.00 3 0 0
0
2
4.0 4
5 0 0
0
1
2
0
Doyle, Terry
1-5 .167 2.84 11 11 1
0
0 73.0 71 27 23 3
2
11 49
2
*Furnish, Brad
0-2 .000 8.49 4 3 0
0
0 11.2 15 12 11 0
1
7
7
2
Hunt, Leroy
3-3 .500 4.08 25 0 0
0
3 46.1 47 24 21 3
2
32 28
5
*Johnson, Garrett 0-0 .000 4.32 6 0 0
0
0
8.1 7
4 4 0
0
6
5
0
Kloess, Brandon 2-2 .500 2.77 21 0 0
0
6 39.0 31 17 12 3
1
13 43
2
Kussmaul, Ryan 3-1 .750 2.51 41 0 0
0
6 57.1 33 19 16 2
1
21 88
3
Petricka, Jacob 4-7 .364 4.39 13 13 0
0
0 67.2 71 39 33 3
3
26 46
5
Reed, Addison
2-0 1.000 1.59 15 0 0
0
1 28.1 21 8 5 1
2
4 39
3
Rienzo, Andre
6-5 .545 3.41 25 22 1
1
0 116.0 108 50 44 4
3
66 118 16
*Rodriguez, Santos 2-3 .400 3.77 40 5 0
0
2 62.0 70 31 26 4
3
33 49
8
*Santiago, Hector 2-3 .400 3.68 8 8 0
0
0 44.0 38 18 18 7
3
14 43
3
Santos, Orlando 3-1 .750 4.47 27 0 0
0
1 48.1 47 24 24 3
1
22 46
4
Sauer, Stephen
1-0 1.000 4.50 5 0 0
0
0
8.0 8
4 4 0
1
4
5
0
*Serafin, Joseph 5-11 .313 5.52 25 24 0
0
0 132.0 166 86 81 16
5
49 75
8
Shirek, Charles 0-1 .000 7.04 10 0 0
0
0 15.1 21 13 12 2
2
4 11
0
Thompson, Taylor 7-2 .778 2.52 41 0 0
0
15 53.2 42 20 15 1
3
26 51
2
Van Skike, Jason 0-0 .000 0.00 1 0 0
0
0
2.0 1
1 0 0
0
0
3
1
*Whisler, Wes
0-1 .000 67.50 3 0 0
0
0
0.2 1
5 5 0
1
6
1
2
*Wickswat, Matt 6-6 .500 4.03 23 13 0
0
0 91.2 93 49 41 11
0
26 84
4
Team Total
69-71 .493 3.96 140 140 2
12 37 1210.2 1189 614 533 91 54 476 989 82

KEY: * - lefthanded hitter/pitcher, # - switch hitter,1 - first team if player was with multiple teams during the season, T - total for players with more
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CAROLINA LEAGUE

LEAGUE
2011 STATISTICS
DIRECTORY
2011 GRAND SLAM HOME RUNS

DATE
Apr-23
Apr-24
May-3
May-4
May-16
May-30
May-30
May 31
Jul-5
Aug-2
Aug-5
Aug-19
Aug-28
Aug-28
Sep-3
Sep-5

BATTER
Daniel Butler
John Whittleman
Zach Zaneski
Miguel Abreu
Braeden Schlehuber
Daniel Butler
Casey Frawley
Geraldo Rodriguez
J.P. Ramirez
Nick Ciolli
Juan Silverio
Jesus Aguilar
Jeremie Tice
Andy Wilkins
Adam Abraham
Peter Hissey

TEAM
Salem
Wilmington
Myrtle Beach
Frederick
Lynchburg
Salem
Kinston
Lynchburg
Potomac
Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem
Kinston
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Kinston
Salem

OPPONENT
Potomac
Winston-Salem
Potomac
Winston-Salem
Kinston
Lynchburg
Wilmington
Salem
Wilmington
Wilmington
Frederick
Myrtle Beach
Lynchburg
Myrtle Beach
Potomac
Myrtle Beach

PITCHER
Marcos Frias
Justin Collop
Mitchell Clegg
Joseph Serafin
Travis Turek
Matthew Frevert
Timothy Melville
Anatanaer Batista
Tyler Sample
Tyler Sample
Nathan Moreau
Justin Grimm
Caleb Brewer
Wilfredo Boscan
Josh Smoker
Ryan Kelly

23 INNING GAME
June 12, 2011 at Grainger Stadium, Kinston

KINSTON INDIANS
Player Pos
AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO AVG
Holt LF
6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 .262
Burnette 1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .225
Frawley 2B
11 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 6 .212
Greenwell RF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .261
a- Cid PH-RF-CF 10 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 .185
Abraham DH 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 .245
Abreu CF-RF 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 .229
Cannon SS 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 .212
Pickens 1B-LF 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .188
Perez C
9 3 4 1 0 1 1 1 1 .259
Toole 3B
8 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 .294
a-Struck out for Greenwell in the 1st.
BATTING
2B: Cid (3, Wieland), Perez, R (10, Gomez).
HR: Perez, R (1, 5th inning off Wieland, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Frawley 2; Cid 3; Abraham; Abreu, A 2; Perez, R 8;
Toole 3.
RBI: Perez, R (15), Toole (18), Frawley (37).
2-out RBI: Toole; Frawley.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Pickens 2; Cannon 2;
Frawley 2; Holt 2; Cid; Perez, R.
SAC: Pickens; Toole.
GIDP: Pickens.
Team RISP: 3-for-24.
Team LOB: 21.
BASERUNNING
SB: Cid 2 (8, 2nd base off Bell/Zaneski, 3rd base off Bell/
Zaneski), Abraham (1, 2nd base off Osborne/Zaneski),
Abreu, A 3 (12, 2nd base off Osborne/Zaneski, 2nd base off
Wieland/Zaneski, 2nd base off Hurley/Zaneski), Toole (11,
2nd base off Hurley/Zaneski).
FIELDING
E: Cannon 2 (3, throw, fielding).
PB: Perez, R (1).
Outfield assists: Holt (Chirino at home).
DP: 3 (Pickens-Cannon-Jimenez, Frawley-Cannon-Pickens,
Frawley-Cannon-Burnette).
Player
Brach
JMahalic
Guilmet (BS, 1)
Flores
Jimenez
Sturdevant
Landis
Jones (W, 2-0)

IP
6.0
1.2
1.1
2.0
5.0
2.0
2.0
3.0

H
3
1
3
1
2
1
0
1

R
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

ER BB SO HR ERA
1 2 3 0 3.06
0 1 0 0 11.17
1 2 0 0 1.48
0 0 1 0 6.59
0 2 8 0 4.58
0 1 2 0 2.19
0 0 2 0 0.00
0 1 0 0 3.96

MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS
Player Pos
AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO AVG
Garcia SS
9 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 .243
Hilligoss 3B 8 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 .247
Strausborger CF 8 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 2 .298
McGuiness 1B 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .253
1- Bolden PR-1B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .225
Kelly P
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Osborne P
2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Bell P
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Kiker P
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Zaneski C
10 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 .291
Prince RF
9 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 .264
Paisano LF 9 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 .171
Chirino DH-2B 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 .264
James 2B
3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .161
a- Hoying PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .224
Hurley P
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
b- DiFazio PH-1B 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 .213
a-Flied out for James in the 9th. b-Struck out for Hurley in
the 11th.
1-Ran for McGuiness in the 8th.
BATTING
2B: Strausborger (16, Brach).
3B: Paisano (1, Flores).
TB: Garcia 2; Hilligoss; Strausborger 3; Zaneski 2; Prince;
Paisano 5; Chirino.
RBI: Hilligoss (14).
2-out RBI: Hilligoss.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Zaneski 4; Paisano;
James; DiFazio; Chirino.
SAC: Hilligoss; Kelly; Bell.
GIDP: Hilligoss; Chirino 2.
Team RISP: 1-for-13.
Team LOB: 16.
BASERUNNING
CS: Garcia (8, 2nd base by Brach/Perez, R).
FIELDING
E: Zaneski (7, missed catch).
DP: (Garcia-Chirino-DiFazio).
Player
Wieland
Gomez
Hurley
Kelly
Osborne
Bell
Kiker (L, 1-2)

IP
6.0
2.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
0.2

H
4
3
1
1
2
1
2

R
1
1
0
0
0
0
1

ER BB SO HR ERA
1 0 9 1 2.08
1 1 3 0 2.38
0 2 4 0 1.69
0 3 2 0 4.91
0 2 6 0 7.41
0 0 8 0 4.35
1 0 0 0 7.45

WP: Brach.
IBB: Strausborger (by Jimenez).
Groundouts-flyouts: Wieland 4-4, Gomez 2-0, Hurley 1-1, Kelly 5-2, Osborne 4-1, Bell 5-2, Kiker 2-0, Brach 10-3, Mahalic
4-1, Guilmet 1-2, Flores 1-2, Jimenez 4-0, Sturdevant 4-0, Landis 3-1, Jones 4-4.
Batters faced: Wieland 23, Gomez 10, Hurley 9, Kelly 13, Osborne 16, Bell 17, Kiker 4, Brach 22, Mahalic 8, Guilmet 8,
Flores 7, Jimenez 17, Sturdevant 9, Landis 6, Jones 10.
Inherited runners-scored: Guilmet 1-0.
Ejections: Kinston Indians Tyler Holt ejected by HP umpire Kiff Kinkead (17th).
Umpires: HP: Kiff Kinkead. 1B: Guss Curtis. 2B: . 3B: .
Weather: 92 degrees, sunny.
Wind: 5 mph, Out to RF.
T: 6:27.
Att: 1,179.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

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ALL TIME RECORDS
OVERALL
Hits
Runs
Batting
Home Runs
Doubles
Triples

208
161
.391
55
52
17

Runs Batted In
Total Bases
Stolen Bases
Caught Stealing
Sacrifices
Sacrifice Flies
Strikeouts
Walks
Hit by Pitch

166
365
109
35
33
16
211
161
30

At-Bats
Games

624
154

Oswaldo Olivares, Salem, 1977
Woody Fair, Durham, 1946
Harry Sullivan, Raleigh, 1947
Leo (Muscle) Shoals,
Reidsville, 1949
Joey Terdoslavich, Lynchburg 2011
David Arrington, Salem, 1968
Mike Cameron,
Ossie Olivares had a
record 208 hits as a
Prince William, 1994
1977 Salem Pirate.
Leon Wagner, Danville, 1956
Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville, 1949
Esix Snead, Potomac, 2000
Esix Snead, Potomac, 2000
Joe Faraci, Greensboro, 1963
Adam Johnson, Durham, 1997
Glenallen Hill, Kinston, 1985
Gerald Davis, Salem, 1981
Seth Loman, Winston-Salem, 2010
Jared Prince, Myrtle Beach, 2011
Mike Hafenecker, Burlington, 1950
Andrew Piesik, Reidsville, 1950
Curt Flood, Hi-Toms, 1956
Karl Kuehl, Hi-Toms, 1956
Doug Hubacek, Greensboro, 1956

MOST HITS IN SUCCESSION
12
Kenneth Kuhn, Burlington, 1958 (3 games)
SUCCESSIVE GAMES HIT SAFELY
31
Orge Pat Cooper, Martinsville, 1948
30
Thomas (Reid) Nichols, Winston-Salem, 1979
28
Danny Briner, Durham, 1961
27
Ernie Showfety, Greensboro, 1948
26
Samuel Parrilla, Raleigh-Durham, 1969
MOST RUNS, ONE GAME
6
Roy Williamson, Greensboro, May 14, 1945
Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville, Aug 25, 1949
Jim Miller, Reidsville, Sept 5, 1949
Bobby Lyons, Fayetteville, June 10, 1954
Larry Elliott, Wilson, Aug 7, 1959
James Kuehner, Burlington, May 10, 1970
John Shaw, Kinston, July 8, 1972
Jeff Wetherby, Durham, Aug 8, 1986
John Rigos, Salem, June 6, 1987
Mike Easley, Kinston, May 4 1991
MOST HITS, ONE GAME
7
Louis Sander, Winston-Salem, July 11, 1945
MOST DOUBLES HIT, ONE GAME
4
Ralph Hodgin, Winston-Salem, July 13, 1954
Bill Fowler, Fayetteville, June 12, 1955
Hal McRae, Peninsula, Aug 26, 1966
Luis Aguayo, Peninsula, May 8, 1977
Dan Norman, Hagerstown, May 13, 1986
Lenny Bell, Winston-Salem, July 21, 1989
Russell Branyan, Kinston, April 5, 1997
Darren Fenster, Wilmington, May 5, 2004
Nick Markakis, Frederick, April 28, 2005
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ALL TIME RECORDS
MOST TRIPLES HIT, ONE GAME
3
Dolson (Doc) Ayers, Wilson, June 23, 1956
Johnny Tutt, Hagerstown, July 29, 1982
Chone Figgins, Salem, June 7, 2000
MOST HOME RUNS, ONE GAME
Many players tied at 3 (last five)
May 3, 2008, John Shelby, Winston Salem vs. Wilmington
(May 16, 2007, Chris Gimenez, Kinston vs. Frederick)
(July 26, 2007, Armando Camacaro, Kinston vs. Wilmington)
(July 22, 2006, Louis Santangelo, Salem vs. Frederick)
(May 21, 2006, Ryan Goleski, Kinston vs. Frederick)
MOST HOME RUNS, ONE INNING
2
Harry Sullivan, Raleigh, July 26, 1946
Joe Cunningham, Winston-Salem, July 22, 1951, (All-Star
Game)
Tommy Murray, Durham, June 18, 1962
Gary Pellant, Alexandria, April 29, 1979
Mark Gillaspie, Salem, April 18, 1982
Eli Ben, Salem, May 25, 1985
Phil Plantier, Lynchburg, Aug 20, 1989
Armando Romero, Salem, May 13, 1990
Jimmy Hurst, Prince William, June 23, 1994
Dee Haynes, Potomac, July 17, 2001
MOST GRAND SLAMS, ONE SEASON
7
Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson, 1961
MOST GRAND SLAMS, ONE GAME
2
Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson, May 2, 1961
Brian Greer, Salem, May 4, 1981
Dave Falcone, Hagerstown, June 9, 1986
MOST GRAND SLAMS IN SUCCESSION
2
Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson, May 2, 1961
MOST RUNS BATTED IN, ONE GAME
11
Dave Falcone, Hagerstown, June 9, 1986
MOST RUNS BATTED IN, ONE INNING
6
Jackie Davis, Hi-Toms, July 28, 1958
Cliff Johnson, Raleigh-Durham, May 5, 1970
Jack Voigt, Frederick, Aug 3, 1989
MOST BASES ON BALLS, ONE GAME
7
Marvin Clack, Alexandria, May 20, 1983
MOST STOLEN BASES, ONE GAME
5
Albert Hall, Durham, May 30, 1980
Johnny Tutt, Hagerstown, Aug 14, 1982
Kohichi Ogata, Peninsula, Aug 18, 1989
Esix Snead, Potomac, May 28, 1999
MOST TIMES STRUCK OUT, ONE GAME
7
Thomas Epperly, Lynchburg, Aug 20, 1972 (18 innings)
6
John Crawford, Kinston, April 28, 1979 (12 innings)
Keith Thomas, Salem, May 13, 1993 (13 innings)
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ALL TIME RECORDS
MOST TIMES STRUCK OUT, ONE GAME (continued)
Ryan Darr, Potomac, April 7, 2000 (15 innings)
Troy Farnsworth, Potomac, July 31, 2000 (17 innings)
Jon Helguist, Salem, June 1, 2004 (14 innings)
5
Andy Fox, Prince William, Aug 18,1991 (9 innings)
Brad Ripplemeyer, Durham, June 29, 1992 (9 innings)

Bruce Aven, Kinston, July 23, 1995 (9 innings)

Al Shirley, Wilmington, April 19, 1996 (9 innings)

Jason Lecronier, Frederick, July 14, 1996 (10 innings)

Ramon Gomez, Winston-Salem, May 29, 1997 (9 innings)

Jason Woolf, Prince William, July 11,1997 (10 innings)

Alexander Hernandez, Lynchburg, July 22, 1997 (11

innings)

Aaron Gentry, Potomac, Aug 20, 1999 (11 innings)

Brandon Berger, Wilmington, May 19, 2000 (9 innings)

Patrick O'Sullivan, Frederick, May 4, 2003 (10 innings)

Greg Blanco, Myrtle Beach, July 20, 2003 (9 innings)

Brian Kirby, Kinston, Aug 6, 2003 (11 innings)

Christopher Vinyard, Frederick, April 10, 2008

Brandon Hicks, Myrtle Beach, May 27, 2008
MOST TOTAL BASES, ONE GAME
15
Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville, at Durham, June 12, 1949
(three homers, one double and one single)
Albert Cleary, Raleigh, at Durham, July 27, 1952
(three homers, one double and one single)
Frank Wehner, Winston-Salem, at Durham, July 9, 1955
(three homers and one triple)
Robert Machado, Prince William, Aug 13, 1994
(three homers, three singles)
MOST CONSECUTIVE PINCH HITS
8
Rocky Skalisky, Peninsula, April 23–June 25, 1976

Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski
led the league with a .377
average for the 1959 Raleigh
Capitals

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SINGLE SEASON PERFORMANCES
BATTING
47---Ernesto Mejia, Myrtle Beach 2008
.391---Harry Sullivan, Raleigh 1947
46---Orge Pat Cooper, Martinsville 1948
.385---William Duke, Durham 1947
45---John Carenbauer, Danville 1945
.380---Thomas Wright, Durham 1946
45---Ray Jablonski, Winston-Salem 1951
.377---Carl Yastrzemski, Raleigh 1959
45---Scott Cooper, Lynchburg 1988
.376---Joseph Socey, Martinsville 1946
45---Frank Diaz, Potomac 2005
.376---Orge Pat Cooper, Martinsville 1947 45---William Brown, Danville 1949
.373---Edwin (Eddie) Morgan, Martinsville 1948 44---Joe Pancoe, Reidsville 1952
.370---Osvaldo Olivares, Salem 1977
44---Walter Hobson, Leaksville 1946
.370---Jim Negrych, Lynchburg 2008
44---Aug Granzig, Leaksville 1945
.369---Will Culmer, Peninsula 1980
43---Robert Caldwell Danville, 1953
.368---Robert Wellman, Martinsville 1947
43---Garrett Atkins, Salem 2001
.368---Fred Pacitto, Durham 1947
43---Richard Woodard, Burlington 1948
43---Tyler Moore, Potomac, 2010
RBI
42—Bob Worthington, Winston-Salem 1947
166---Leon Wagner, Danville 1956
42---Willie Duke, Durham 1947
161---Woody Fair, Durham 1946
42—Rod Bair, Salem 1998
137---Leo (Muscle)Shoals, Reidsville 1949 42—Cory Sullivan, Salem 2002
136---Bert Barth, Rocky Mount 1962
42---Rudolph Tanner, Raleigh 1953
129---Russell Sullivan, Danville 1948
128—Bill Nagel, Leaksville 1947
TRIPLES
128---Curt Flood, Hi-Toms 1956
17---David Arrington, Salem 1968
127---Ray Jablonski, Winston-Salem 1951 17---Mike Cameron, Prince William 1994
126---Walter Hobson, Leaksville 1946
16---Charles Woddail, Burlington 1947
125—Ed Olivares, Winston-Salem 1960
16---Frank Grundler, Lynchburg 1974
125---Wayne Harris, Greensobro 1946
16---Marcus Lawton, Lynchburg 1986
123---Don Buddin, Greensboro 1953
15---Jaime Almendro, Danville 1945
123—Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson 1961
15---Don Butzer, Greensboro 1946
123---Orge Pat Cooper, Martinsville 1948
15---Tom Martin, Raleigh 1949
123---M. Joseph Kratzer, Martinsville 1948 15---Benny de la Rosa, Salem 1980
15---James Lamb, Greensboro 1947
HOME RUNS
14---William Evans, Burlington 1950
55—Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville 1949 14---Samuel Parrilla, Burlington 1964
51---Leon Wagner, Danville 1956
14---Oswaldo Olivares, Salem 1977
49---Tolia Solaita, Hi-Toms 1968
14---Lenny Dykstra, Lynchburg 1983
41---Gus Zernial, Burlington 1946
14---Chone Figgins, Salem 2000
38---James Pokal, Fayetteville 1954
14---Patrick Haggerty, Durham 1949
38---Woody Fair, Danville 1949
14---Paulo Orlando, Wilmington/W-S 2008
35---Russell Sullivan, Danville 1948
35---Emil Showfety, Greensboro 1949
STOLEN BASES
35---Ed Olivares, Winston-Salem 1960
109---Esix Snead, Potomac 2000
34---Gerald Davis, Salem 1981
105---Lenny Dykstra, Lynchburg 1983
34---Daniel Peoples, Kinston 1997
100---Albert Hall, Durham 1980
33---Bert Barth, Rocky Mount 1962
88---Edwin Yan, Winston-Salem 2002
33---Ian Gac, Winston-Salem 2011
84---Miguel Dilone, Salem 1974
32---Bubba Smith, Peninsula 1992
81---Tim Raines, Frederick 2000
32---Guy Morton, Greensboro 1954
79---Ced Kandrum, Winston-Salem 1987
32---Jack Hussey, Fayetteville 1954
77---Omar Moreno, Salem 1973
32---Joseph Lis, Tidewater 1968
77---Bob Dernier, Peninsula 1979
32---Cody Johnson, Myrtle Beach, 2009
77---Pete Stanicek, Hagerstown 1986
77---Don Buford, Jr. Hagerstown 1988
DOUBLES
76---Ruddy Yan, Winston-Salem 2003
52---Joseph Terdoslavich, Lynchburg 2011 72---Ed Stroud, Tidewater 1964
51---Woody Fair, Durham 1946
50---Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Durham 1948
50---Carlos Lee, Winston-Salem 1997
49---James Halkard, Greensboro 1949
48---Steve Demeter, Durham 1954
GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

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INDIVIDUAL BATTING, SEASON
BATTING CHAMPIONS
1945...................... Glenn Brundis, Danville........................................................... .366
1946...................... Tom Wright, Durham................................................................ .380
1947...................... Harry Sullivan, Raleigh............................................................. .391
1948...................... Eddie Morgan, Martinsville...................................................... .373
1949...................... William Brown, Danville........................................................... .361
1950...................... Bill Evans, Burlington............................................................... .338
1951...................... Ray Jablonski, Winston-Salem................................................. .363
1952...................... Emil Karlik, Durham................................................................. .347
1953...................... Bill Radulovich, Durham.......................................................... .349
1954...................... Guy Morton, Greensboro.......................................................... .348
1955...................... Danny Morejon, Hi-Toms......................................................... .324
1956...................... Curt Flood, Hi-Toms................................................................. .340
1957...................... Eddie Logan, Hi-Toms.............................................................. .327
1958...................... Fred Valentine, Wilson............................................................. .319
1959...................... Carl Yastrzemski, Raleigh......................................................... .377
1960...................... Phil Linz, Greensboro............................................................... .321
1961...................... Gates Brown, Durham.............................................................. .324
1962...................... Cesar Tovar, Rocky Mount........................................................ .329
1963...................... Donald Bosch, Kinston............................................................. .332
1964...................... Michael Page, Winston-Salem................................................. .344
1965...................... Edwin Stroud, Tidewater........................................................... .341
1966...................... Jose Calero, Winston-Salem.................................................... .330
1967...................... Van Kelly, Kinston.................................................................... .323
1968...................... Carlos May, Lynchburg............................................................ .330
1969...................... Kenneth Huebner, Hi-Toms....................................................... .324
1970...................... Rennie Stennett, Salem............................................................ .326
1971...................... Art Howe, Salem....................................................................... .348
1972...................... Dave Parker, Salem................................................................... .310
1973...................... Terry Whitfield, Kinston............................................................ .335
1974...................... Frank Grundler, Lynchburg....................................................... .335
1975...................... W. Ted Cox, Winston-Salem..................................................... .305
1976...................... Rogers Lee Brown, Peninsula................................................... .349
1977...................... Oswaldo Olivares, Salem.......................................................... .370
1978...................... Ronald MacDonald, Lynchburg................................................ .325
1979...................... Patrick Kelly, Kinston............................................................... .309
1980...................... Wil Culmer, Peninsula.............................................................. .369
1981...................... Brad Komminsk, Durham......................................................... .322
1982...................... Rick Renteria, Alexandria.......................................................... .331
1983...................... Lenny Dykstra, Lynchburg........................................................ .358
1984...................... Dave Magadan, Lynchburg....................................................... .350
1985...................... Dave Martinez, Winston-Salem................................................ .342
1986...................... Gregg Jefferies, Lynchburg....................................................... .354
1987...................... Leo Gomez, Hagerstown........................................................... .326
1988...................... Bernie Williams, Prince William............................................... .335
1989...................... Luis Mercedes, Frederick......................................................... .309
1990...................... Ken Ramos, Kinston................................................................. .345
1991...................... Jeff McNeely, Lynchburg.......................................................... .322
1992...................... Corey Kapano, Winston-Salem ............................................... .318
1993...................... Felix Colon, Lynchburg............................................................ .320
1994...................... Harry Berrios, Frederick........................................................... .348
1995...................... Mike Sweeney, Wilmington...................................................... .310
1996...................... Sean Casey, Kinston................................................................. .331
1997...................... Richard Short, Frederick........................................................... .319
1998...................... Joe Crede, Winston-Salem....................................................... .315
1999...................... Marcus Giles, Myrtle Bech....................................................... .326
2000...................... Victor Rodriguez, Kinston......................................................... .327
2001...................... Victor Martinez, Kinston........................................................... .329
2002...................... Brad Hawpe, Salem.................................................................. .347
2003...................... Chris Shelton, Lynchburg......................................................... .359
2004...................... Pat Osborn, Kinston................................................................. .342
2005...................... Leo Daigle, Winston-Salem...................................................... .341
2006...................... Carl Loadenthal, Myrtle Beach.................................................. .323
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INDIVIDUAL BATTING, SEASON
2007...................... Billy Hart, Salem....................................................................... .305
2008...................... Jim Negrych, Lynchburg........................................................... .370
2009...................... Robert Widlansky, Frederick...................................................... .340
2010...................... Eric Hosmer, Wilmington........................................................... .354
2011...................... Andrelton Simmons, Lynchburg................................................ .311
RUNS BATTED IN
1945...................... John Carenbauer, Danville......................................................... 121
1946...................... Woody Fair, Durham.................................................................. 161
1947...................... Bill Nagel, Leaksville................................................................. 128
1948...................... Russell Sullivan, Danville.......................................................... 129
1949...................... Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville................................................ 137
1950...................... Woody Fair, Danville................................................................. 103
1951...................... Ray Jablonski, Winston-Salem.................................................. 127
1952...................... Dale Powell, Danville
Paul Owens, Winston-Salem..................................................... 105
1953...................... Don Buddin, Greensboro........................................................... 123
1954...................... Guy Morton, Greensboro........................................................... 120
1955...................... Harold Holland, Danville........................................................... 121
1956...................... Leon Wagner, Danville............................................................... 166
1957...................... Ino Rodriguez, Danville............................................................. 114
1958...................... Allen Milley, Danville.................................................................. 97
1959...................... Don Lock, Greensboro.............................................................. 122
1960...................... Ed Olivares, Winston-Salem...................................................... 125
1961...................... Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson................................................... 123
1962...................... Bert Barth, Rocky Mount........................................................... 136
1963...................... Jim Price, Kinston..................................................................... 109
1964...................... Steve Whitaker, Greensboro....................................................... 100
1965...................... Mike Derrick, Kinston................................................................ 103
1966...................... Barry Morgan, Kinston.............................................................. 104
1967...................... Ron Allen, Tidewater.................................................................. 100
1968...................... Tolia Solaita, Hi-Toms............................................................... 122
1969...................... Greg Luzinski, Raleigh-Durham.................................................. 92
1970...................... Cliff Johnson, Raleigh-Durham................................................... 91
1971...................... Craig Kusick, Lynchburg............................................................. 91
1972...................... Dave Parker, Salem.................................................................... 101
1973...................... G. Charles Erickson, Winston-Salem........................................ 101
1974...................... Randy Bass, Lynchburg............................................................. 112
1975...................... Luther Wrenn, Salem................................................................... 97
1976...................... Marshall Brant, Lynchburg.......................................................... 93
1977...................... Eugenio Cotes, Salem............................................................... 102
1978...................... Ossie Virgil, Peninsula................................................................ 98
1979...................... Michael Fitzgerald, Lynchburg.................................................... 75
1980...................... Julio Franco, Peninsula............................................................... 99
1981...................... Brad Komminsk, Durham.......................................................... 104
1982...................... Rick Renteria, Alexandria........................................................... 100
1983...................... Dave Cochrane, Lynchburg....................................................... 102
1984...................... Randy Day, Peninsula................................................................ 103
1985...................... Shawn Abner, Lynchburg............................................................. 89
1986...................... Craig Worthington, Hagerstown................................................ 105
1987...................... Casey Webster, Kinston............................................................. 111
1988...................... Mickey Pina, Lynchburg............................................................ 108
1989...................... Phil Plantier, Lynchburg............................................................ 105
1990...................... Armando Romero, Salem............................................................ 90
1991...................... Pete Castellano, Winston-Salem................................................. 87
1992...................... Andy Hartung, Winston-Salem.................................................... 94
1993...................... Chad Mottola, Winston-Salem.................................................... 91
1994...................... B.J. Waszgis, Frederick............................................................. 100
1995...................... Richie Sexson, Kinston............................................................... 85
1996...................... Johnny Isom, Frederick............................................................. 104
1997...................... Aramis Ramirez, Lynchburg....................................................... 114
1998...................... Joe Crede, Winston-Salem.......................................................... 88
1999...................... Andy Bevins, Potomac................................................................. 97
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2000...................... Troy Farnsworth, Potomac.......................................................... 113
2001...................... Troy Cameron, Kinston................................................................. 76
2002...................... Josh Bonifay, Lynchburg............................................................ 102
2003...................... Walter Young, Lynchburg............................................................. 87
2004...................... Casey Rogowski, Winston Salem................................................. 90
2005...................... Leo Daigle, Winston-Salem....................................................... 112
2006...................... Jordan Brown, Kinston................................................................. 87
2007...................... Brad Corley, Lynchburg................................................................ 89
2008...................... Ernesto Mejia, Myrtle Beach......................................................... 93
2009...................... Brandon Waring, Frederick........................................................... 90
2010...................... Tyler Moore, Potomac................................................................ 111
2011...................... Ian Gac, Winston-Salem............................................................... 96
DOUBLES
1945...................... John Carenbauer, Danville...........................................................
1946...................... Woody Fair, Durham....................................................................
1947...................... Bob Worthington, Winston-Salem
Willie Duke, Durham...................................................................
1948...................... Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Durham................................................
1949...................... James Halkard, Greensboro........................................................
1950...................... Russell Rac, Winston-Salem
Orge Pat Cooper, Burlington........................................................
1951...................... Ray Jablonski, Winston-Salem....................................................
1952...................... Joe Pancoe, Reidsville................................................................
1953...................... Robert Caldwell, Danville............................................................
1954...................... Steve Demeter, Durham...............................................................
1955...................... Joe Cristello, Fayetteville
James McManus, Durham..........................................................
1956...................... Willie McCovey, Danville............................................................
1957...................... Frank Kostro, Durham.................................................................
1958...................... Phillip Jantze, Winston-Salem....................................................
1959...................... Carl Yastrzemski, Raleigh............................................................
1960...................... Ed Gary, Greensboro
John Roth, Winston-Salem.........................................................
1961...................... Duke Sims, Burlington................................................................
1962...................... Cesar Tovar, Rocky Mount...........................................................
1963...................... Ronnie Durham, Burlington.........................................................
1964...................... Chris Coletta, Winston-Salem.....................................................
1965...................... Tony Torchia, Winston-Salem......................................................
1966...................... Bernie Carbo, Peninsula..............................................................
1967...................... Don Money, Winston-Salem.......................................................
1968...................... John Mason, Winston-Salem......................................................
1969...................... Cesar Cedeno, Peninsula............................................................
1970...................... Robert Storm, Lynchburg............................................................
1971...................... Robert Beall, Peninsula...............................................................
1972...................... Dave Parker, Salem......................................................................
1973...................... Jeffrey Geach, Kinston.................................................................
1974...................... Michael Bennett, Winston-Salem
Miguel Dilone, Salem..................................................................
1975...................... John Hughes, Rocky Mount........................................................
1976...................... Marshall Brant, Lynchburg..........................................................
1977...................... John Hughes, Peninsula.............................................................
1978...................... Ronald MacDonald, Lynchburg...................................................
1979...................... Greg Walker, Peninsula...............................................................
1980...................... John Csefalvay, Lynchburg..........................................................
1981...................... John Schaive, Alexandria............................................................
1982...................... Francisco Melendez, Peninsula...................................................
1983...................... Ron Salcedo, Hagerstown...........................................................
1984...................... Rey Quinonez, Winston-Salem....................................................
1985...................... Shawn Abner, Lynchburg.............................................................
1986...................... Bob Bafia, Winston-Salem..........................................................
1987...................... Leo Gomez, Hagerstown..............................................................
1988...................... Scott Cooper, Lynchburg.............................................................
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45
51
42
50
49
35
45
44
43
48
34
38
34
36
34
29
36
35
38
32
31
30
37
25
32
28
31
30
34
28
30
32
33
30
27
30
33
33
39
30
30
36
38
45

INDIVIDUAL BATTING, SEASON
1989...................... Ken Pennington, Durham............................................................ 34
1990...................... Russ Davis, Prince William......................................................... 37
1991...................... Sean Moore, Lynchburg.............................................................. 30
1992...................... Jose Viera, Winston-Salem......................................................... 32
1993...................... Marc Marini, Kinston.................................................................. 34
1994...................... Craig Wilson, Prince William...................................................... 36
1995...................... Richie Sexson, Kinston............................................................... 34
1996...................... Freddy Garcia, Lynchburg........................................................... 39
1997...................... Carlos Lee, Winston-Salem......................................................... 50
1998...................... Rod Bair, Salem........................................................................... 42
1999...................... Marcus Giles, Myrtle Beach......................................................... 40
2000...................... Kevin Burford, Salem................................................................... 40
2001...................... Garrett Atkins, Salem.................................................................... 43
2002...................... Cory Sullivan, Salem.................................................................... 42
2003...................... Ryan Doumit, Lynchburg.............................................................. 38
2004...................... Mike Aviles, Wilmington.............................................................. 40
2005...................... Frank Diaz, Potomac................................................................... 45
2006...................... Francisco Caraballo, Salem.......................................................... 40
2007...................... Mitch Einertson, Salem................................................................ 40
2008...................... Ernesto Mejia, Myrtle Beach......................................................... 47
2009...................... Jody Mercer, Lynchburg............................................................... 36
2010...................... Tyler Moore, Potomac.................................................................. 43
2011...................... Joseph Terdoslavich, Lynchburg.................................................. 52
TRIPLES
1945...................... Jaime Almendro, Danville........................................................... 15
1946...................... Don Butzer, Greensboro............................................................... 15
1947...................... Charles Woddail, Burlington....................................................... 16
1948...................... George Wright, Martinsville
James Lamb, Greensboro............................................................ 13
1949...................... Tom Martin, Raleigh.................................................................... 15
1950...................... William Evans, Burlington........................................................... 14
1951...................... Joe Cunningham, Winston-Salem............................................... 11
1952...................... Donald MacLean, Burlington....................................................... 11
Scott Quakenbush, Greensboro................................................... 11
1953...................... Jennings Edwards, Raleigh......................................................... 13
1954...................... Robert Phillips, Reidsville........................................................... 10
1955...................... Joseph LaMonica, Greensboro.................................................... 13
1956...................... Dale Ferris, Durham.................................................................... 10
1957...................... Frank Kostro, Durham................................................................. 12
1958...................... Rafael Alomar, Danville
Tony Curry, Hi-Toms..................................................................... 9
1959...................... Leo Smith, Durham....................................................................... 9
1960...................... Don Wert, Durham....................................................................... 12
1961...................... Robert Immediato, Burlington..................................................... 10
1962...................... Aug Garrido, Burlington.............................................................. 12
1963...................... Arturo Lopez, Greensboro........................................................... 12
1964...................... Samuel Parrilla, Burlington......................................................... 14
1965...................... Franklin Coggins, Burlington...................................................... 11
1966...................... Harvey Yancey, Peninsula............................................................ 11
1967...................... Joe Sparks, Lynchburg.................................................................. 9
1968...................... David Arrington, Salem............................................................... 17
1969...................... Howard Wood, Lynchburg........................................................... 13
1970...................... Rennie Stennett, Salem................................................................. 9
1971...................... Jose Gonzalez, Salem.................................................................. 13
1972...................... Ed Ott, Salem.............................................................................. 10
1973...................... Dale Soderholm, Lynchburg........................................................ 12
1974...................... Frank Grundler, Lynchburg.......................................................... 16
1975...................... Alberto Louis, Salem
Bobby Thompson, Lynchburg..................................................... 10
1976...................... Rogers Lee Brown, Lynchburg..................................................... 10
1977...................... Oswaldo Olivares, Salem............................................................. 14
1978...................... Walter Backman, Lynchburg
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Elijah Bonaparte, Peninsula

Jerry McDonald, Winston-Salem

George Vukovich, Peninsula.......................................................... 9
1979...................... Robert Silverman, Kinston........................................................... 12
1980...................... Benny de la Rosa, Salem............................................................. 15
1981...................... William Beane, Lynchburg............................................................. 9
1982...................... Jeff Stone, Peninsula................................................................... 13
1983...................... Lenny Dykstra, Lynchburg........................................................... 14
1984...................... Kash Beauchamp, Kinston
Stan Jefferson, Lynchburg............................................................. 9
1985...................... Shawn Abner, Lynchburg............................................................. 11
1986...................... Marcus Lawton, Lynchburg......................................................... 16
1987...................... Tim Richardson, Hagerstown......................................................... 9
1988...................... Derrick May, Winston-Salem......................................................... 9
1989...................... Pat Kelly, Prince William............................................................... 7
1990...................... Fabio Gomez, Kinston
Tim Hines, Salem.......................................................................... 8
1991...................... Jerrone Williams, Winston-Salem............................................... 11
1992...................... Ramon Martinez, Salem.............................................................. 12
1993...................... Curtis Goodwin, Frederick........................................................... 10
1994...................... Mike Cameron, Prince William.................................................... 17
1995...................... Enrique Wilson, Kinston
Ricky Gutierrez, Kinston
Donovan Delaney, Wilmington...................................................... 7
1996...................... David Glass, Kinston..................................................................... 9
1997...................... Ramon Gomez............................................................................. 12
1998...................... Juan Sosa, Salem........................................................................ 12
1999...................... Jason Ross, Myrtle Beach............................................................ 13
2000...................... Chone Figgins, Salem.................................................................. 14
2001...................... Jose Castillo, Lynchburg

Javier Colina, Salem...................................................................... 7
2002...................... Jorge Piedra, Salem..................................................................... 12
2003...................... Michael Rodriguez, Salem.............................................................. 8
2004...................... Gregor Blanco, Myrtle Beach.......................................................... 9
2005...................... Robert Valido, Winston-Salem...................................................... 7
2006...................... Victor Mercedes, Winston-Salem................................................... 8
2007...................... Quentin Davis, Myrtle Beach........................................................ 11
2008...................... Paulo Orlando, Wilmington, Winston-Salem................................ 14
2009...................... Alex Presley, Lyncburg................................................................. 11
2010...................... Justin Greene, Winston-Salem....................................................... 9
2011...................... Ryan Strausborger, Myrtle Beach
Tyler Saladino, Winston-Salem..................................................... 9
HOME RUNS
1945...................... Aug Granzig, Leaksville;

Tommy Kirk, Martinsville;
Jerome Gutt, Martinsville;
Maurice Abrams, Martinsville.......................................................
1946...................... Gus Zernial, Burlington...............................................................
1947...................... Eugene Petty, Danville.................................................................
1948...................... Russell Sullivan, Danville............................................................
1949...................... Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville..................................................
1950...................... Fred Vaughn, Greensboro............................................................
1951...................... Ray Jablonski, Winston-Salem
Carl Miller, Reidsville..................................................................
1952...................... Dale Powell, Danville..................................................................
1953...................... Jack Hussey, Raleigh...................................................................
1954...................... James Pokel, Fayetteville............................................................
1955...................... Harold Holland, Danville.............................................................
1956...................... Leon Wagner, Danville.................................................................
1957...................... Eugene Oliver, Winston-Salem....................................................
Bob Perry, Danville......................................................................
1958...................... Bert Barth, Wilson
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12
41
31
35
55
27
28
25
29
38
31
51
30
30

INDIVIDUAL BATTING, SEASON
Jackie Davis, Hi-Toms................................................................. 25
1959...................... Don Lock, Greensboro................................................................ 30
1960...................... Ed Olivares, Winston-Salem........................................................ 35
1961...................... Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson..................................................... 31
1962...................... Bert Barth, Rocky Mount............................................................. 33
1963...................... Walt Matthews, Durham.............................................................. 30
1964...................... Edwin Chasteen, Raleigh............................................................. 28
1965...................... Mike Derrick, Kinston.................................................................. 28
1966...................... Barry Morgan, Kinston................................................................ 28
1967...................... Hal King, Asheville...................................................................... 30
1968...................... Tolia Solaita, Hi-Toms................................................................. 49
1969...................... Greg Luzinski, Raleigh-Durham.................................................. 31
1970...................... Cliff Johnson, Raleigh-Durham................................................... 27
1971...................... Charlie Spikes, Kinston............................................................... 22
1972...................... Robert Gorinski, Lynchburg......................................................... 23
1973...................... James O’Bradovich, Lynchburg
Terry Whitfield, Kinston............................................................... 18
1974...................... Randy Bass, Lynchburg............................................................... 30
1975...................... Jim Morrison, Rocky Mount........................................................ 20
1976...................... Marshall Brant, Lynchburg.......................................................... 23
1977...................... John Hughes, Peninsula............................................................. 22
1978...................... Ossie Virgil, Peninsula................................................................ 29
1979...................... Gary Pellant, Alexandria.............................................................. 18
1980...................... Craig Brooks, Winston-Salem..................................................... 24
1981...................... Gerald Davis, Salem.................................................................... 34
1982...................... David Malpeso, Winston-Salem.................................................. 29
1983...................... Ken Gerhart, Hagerstown............................................................. 31
1984...................... Randy Day, Peninsula.................................................................. 29
1985...................... Jim Dickerson, Winston-Salem................................................... 28
1986...................... Ronnie Gant, Durham.................................................................. 26
1987...................... Hensley Meulens, Prince William................................................ 28
1988...................... Mickey Pina, Lynchburg.............................................................. 21
1989...................... Phil Plantier, Lynchburg.............................................................. 27
1990...................... Greg Blosser, Lynchburg............................................................. 18
1991...................... Tracy Sanders, Kinston................................................................ 18
1992...................... Bubba Smith, Peninsula.............................................................. 32
1993...................... Bubba Smith, Winston-Salem..................................................... 27
1994...................... Toby Rumfield, Winston-Salem................................................... 29
1995...................... Juan Thomas, Prince William...................................................... 26
1996 ..................... Jose Gullien, Freddy Garcia, Lynchburg...................................... 21
1997...................... Daniel Peoples, Kinston.............................................................. 34
1998...................... Mike Glavine, Kinston................................................................. 22
1999...................... Andy Bevins, Potomac................................................................. 25
2000...................... Troy Farnsworth, Potomac............................................................ 23
2001...................... Doug Gredvig, Frederick.............................................................. 20
2002...................... Josh Bonifay, Lynchburg.............................................................. 26
2003...................... Chris Shelton, Lynchburg............................................................. 21
2004...................... Brian Becker, Winston-Salem

Mark Saccomanno, Salem............................................................ 22
2005...................... Thomas Collaro, Winston-Salem

Leo Daigle, Winston-Salem.......................................................... 29
2006...................... Jason Fransz, Frederick................................................................ 24
2007...................... Micah Schnurstein, Winston-Salem............................................. 25
2008...................... Ernesto Mejia, Myrtle Beach......................................................... 21
2009...................... Cody Johnson, Myrtle Beach....................................................... 32
2010...................... Tyler Moore, Potomac.................................................................. 31
2011...................... Ian Gac, Winston-Salem............................................................... 33
STOLEN BASES
1945...................... Lewis King, Danville.................................................................... 65
1946...................... Hilliard Nance, Martinsville......................................................... 61
1947...................... Del Duckworth, Leaksville/Durham............................................. 55
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INDIVIDUAL
LEAGUE
BATTING,
DIRECTORY
SEASON
1948...................... Tommy Martin, Raleigh............................................................... 39
1949...................... Pat Haggerty, Durham................................................................. 62
1950...................... Jack Huesman, Winston-Salem................................................... 43
1951...................... Herb Mancini, Winston-Salem.................................................... 36
1952...................... Jack Mitchell, Greensboro........................................................... 47
1953...................... Jack Mitchell, Reidsville.............................................................. 52
1954...................... Eugene Hassell, Burlington......................................................... 47
1955...................... Joseph (Peppy) LaMonica, Greensboro...................................... 34
1956...................... William Kallas, Fayetteville.......................................................... 35
1957...................... John Kennedy, Hi-Toms.............................................................. 23
1958...................... Fred Valentine, Wilson................................................................ 27
1959...................... Elder White, Wilson..................................................................... 35
1960...................... Mitchell June, Burlington............................................................ 26
1961...................... Chico Salmon, Durham............................................................... 38
1962...................... Cesar Tovar, Rocky Mount........................................................... 56
1963...................... John Parker, Burlington............................................................... 41
1964...................... Ed Stroud, Tidewater................................................................... 72
1965...................... Sam Thompson, Peninsula......................................................... 64
1966...................... Ed Griffiths, Burlington................................................................ 40
1967...................... Fred Wolcott, Winston-Salem...................................................... 49
1968...................... Wilbert Hammond, Salem........................................................... 39
1969...................... Mel Civil, Salem.......................................................................... 36
1970...................... Roger Nelson, Winston-Salem.................................................... 45
1971...................... Michael Cummings, Winston-Salem........................................... 43
1972...................... Dave Parker, Salem...................................................................... 38
1973...................... Omar Moreno, Salem.................................................................. 77
1974...................... Miguel Dilone, Salem.................................................................. 84
1975...................... Bobby Thompson, Lynchburg..................................................... 65
1976...................... Luis Delgado, Winston-Salem..................................................... 52
1977...................... Oswaldo Olivares, Salem............................................................. 46
1978...................... Mel Barrow, Kinston.................................................................... 55
1979...................... Bob Dernier, Peninsula................................................................ 77
1980...................... Albert Hall, Durham................................................................... 100
1981...................... Gus Burgess, Winston-Salem..................................................... 68
1982...................... Jeff Stone, Peninsula................................................................... 94
1983...................... Lenny Dykstra, Lynchburg......................................................... 105
1984...................... George Crum, Salem................................................................... 61
1985...................... Eric Yelding, Kinston................................................................... 62
1986...................... Pete Stanicek, Hagerstown.......................................................... 77
1987...................... Ced Landrum, Winston-Salem.................................................... 79
1988...................... Don Buford, Jr., Hagerstown........................................................ 77
1989...................... Rod Lofton, Frederick.................................................................. 62
1990...................... Fernando Ramsey, Winston-Salem.............................................. 43
1991...................... Ramon Caraballo, Durham.......................................................... 53
1992...................... Lee Heath, Durham...................................................................... 50
1993...................... Curtis Goodwin, Frederick........................................................... 61
1994...................... Essex Burton, Prince William...................................................... 66
1995...................... Ricky Gutierrez, Kinston.............................................................. 43
1996...................... Sergio Nunez, Wilmington.......................................................... 44
1997...................... Ramon Gomez, Winston-Salem................................................... 53
1998...................... Juan Sosa, Salem........................................................................ 64
1999...................... Scott Pratt, Kinston...................................................................... 47
2000...................... Esix Snead, Potomac.................................................................. 109
2001...................... Chad Durham, Winston-Salem..................................................... 50
2002...................... Edwin Yan, Winston-Salem.......................................................... 88
2003...................... Ruddy Yan, Winston-Salem.......................................................... 76
2004...................... Rajai Davis, Lynchburg................................................................. 57
2005...................... Robert Valido, Winston-Salem..................................................... 52
2006...................... Pedro Powell, Lynchburg............................................................. 63
2007...................... Pedro Powell, Lynchburg............................................................. 67
2008...................... Derrick Robinson, Wilmington..................................................... 62
2009...................... Derrick Robinson, Wilmington..................................................... 69
2010...................... Kyle Hudson, Frederick................................................................ 40
2011...................... Jeff Kobernus, Potomac............................................................... 53
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TEAM BATTING, SEASON
OVERALL
Hits..............................1,573........................................ Durham, 1946
Runs...........................1,050 ....................................... Durham, 1946
Batting............................305 ....................................... Durham, 1946
At Bats........................5,029 ............................Winston-Salem, 1947
Most Games..................154 ................ Reidsville and Danville, 1950

Hi-Toms and Greensboro, 1956
Fewest Games...............130 ............................Winston-Salem, 1959
Total Bases.................2,259 .................................. Martinsville, 1948
Home Runs....................202 ............................Winston-Salem, 1994
Doubles..........................335.............................Winston-Salem, 1947
Triples..............................95 .................................... Burlington, 1947
Runs Batted In...............937 ....................................... Durham, 1946
Left On Base...............1,254 ....................................... Danville, 1950
Stolen Bases..................293 ....................................... Durham, 1980
Hit Batsmen...................118................................... Wilmington, 2001
Strikeouts....................1,198 ....................................Lynchburg, 1990
Sacrifices.......................144 ............................Winston-Salem, 1950
Sacrifice Flies..................59 ........................................ Kinston, 1987

Frederick, 1992
Walks.............................845........................................ Durham, 1962

A pair of future Hall of Famers played in the Carolina
League in 1966, Rod Carew
(above) with the Wilson Tobs
and Johnny Bench (right)
with the Peninsula Grays.
Bench was inducted into the
Hall of Fame in 1989 and
Carew in 1991.

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TEAM BATTING, GAME
MOST RUNS, ONE INNING
17.....................Danville, May 12, 1945, vs. Raleigh
Durham, May 20, 1947, vs. Leaksville
Winston-Salem, June 11, 1953, vs. Reidsville
MOST RUNS, ONE INNING, BOTH TEAMS
20..................... Martinsville (11) and Burlington (9), April 22, 1948

(7th inning)
MOST RUNS, ONE GAME
35.....................Durham vs. Leaksville, May 20, 1947
MOST RUNS, ONE GAME, BOTH TEAMS
43.....................Durham (35) and Leaksville (8), May 20, 1947
MOST HITS, ONE GAME
29.....................Fayetteville, June 10, 1954
MOST HITS, ONE GAME, BOTH TEAMS
46.....................Martinsville (28) and Durham (18), June 10, 1947
MOST HOME RUNS, ONE GAME
8.......................Greensboro, July 21, 1958; Durham, June 8, 1981,

Durham, April 18,1988
MOST HOME RUNS, ONE GAME, BOTH TEAMS
11.....................Durham (8) and Salem (3), April 18,1988
10.....................Greensboro (8) and Danville (2), July 21, 1958
MOST SUCCESSIVE HOME RUNS
4.......................Kinston, July 11, 1984 (Otis Green, Kevin Sliwinski,

Kash Beauchamp and Rico Sutton)

Salem, July 6, 1991 (Roman Rodriguez, Paul List,

Alberto de Los Santos and Ken Trusky)
MOST HOME RUNS, ONE INNING
4.......................Peninsula, June 9, 1965

Kinston, July 11, 1984

Salem, July 3, 1989

Salem, July 6, 1991

Lynchburg, Aug 5, 1996
MOST STOLEN BASES, ONE GAME
12.....................Durham, Aug 30, 1947, vs. Martinsville
MOST AT BATS, ONE GAME
75.....................Danville, July 5, 1998 (21 innings)
MOST LEFT ON BASE, ONE GAME
24.....................Kinston, June 1, 1965 (15 innings)
20.....................Reidsville, Aug 21, 1952 (9 innings)
FEWEST LEFT ON BASE, ONE GAME
0.......................Several clubs (last time: Myrtle Beach, Sept. 6, 2004)

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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING, SEASON
OVERALL
Wins
25

Losses
21
Games
78
Innings
303
ERA
1.16
Consecutive Wins 16

Consecutive Losses 12
Complete Games
31
Shutouts
9
Strikeouts
300
Walks
170
Hits
316
Runs
192
Home Runs
30
Wild Pitches
45
Hit Batsmen
30
Saves
41

Lewis Hester, Reidsville, 1948
Eddie Neville, Durham, 1949
Charles Miller, Raleigh, 1950
Mike Brown, Rocky Mount, 1980
Frank Paulin, Leaksville, 1946
Peter Manos, Peninsula, 1976
Lamar Inman Chambers, Burlington, 1947
James Minshall, Salem 1972
Scott Gibson, Rocky Mount, 1980
Frank Paulin, Leaksville 1946
Leonard Matarazzo, Fayetteville, 1952
Dwight Gooden, Lynchburg, 1983
Andrew Rubilotta, Tidewater, 1964
Frank Paulin, Leaksville, 1946
Charles Hastedt, Durham 1947
Lee Stange, Wilson, 1960
Ryan Price, Salem, 2001
Bill MacLeod, Winston-Salem 1961
Mike Soper, Kinston 1991

MOST STRIKEOUTS, ONE GAME
20............ Charlie Timm, Raleigh, Aug 30, 1945, vs. Martinsville
Pete Cimino, Wilson, April 30, 1962, vs. Burlington
Tim Lewis, Alexandria, June 18, 1980, vs. Winston-Salem
Brian Fisher, Durham, April 30, 1982, vs. Salem
19............ Thurman Lowe, Danville, June 30, 1947, vs. Winston-Salem
Harvey Haddix, Winston-Salem, Aug 19, 1947,
vs. Durham
Al Gavey, Winston-Salem, June 23, 1948, vs. Martinsville
John Fitzgerald, Danville, June 28, 1955, vs. Winston-Salem
Bill Bell, Kinston, April 30, 1956 (13 innings), vs. Fayetteville
Ben Tench, Raleigh, June 3, 1959, vs. Wilson
John Cullen, Greensboro, May 28, 1960 (12 innings),
vs. Raleigh
Joe Carboni, Rocky Mount, May 4, 1962, vs. Wilson
18……….David Hernandez, Frederick, Sept. 2, 2007, vs. Winston-Salem
MOST BASES ON BALLS, ONE GAME
17............ Jack Jenkins, Rocky Mount, May 4, 1962, vs. Durham
MOST BASES ON BALLS, ONE GAME, BOTH TEAMS
31............ Greensboro (25) and Danville (6), May 1, 1946
MOST CONSECUTIVE STRIKEOUTS
9.............. Rudy May, Tidewater, June 2, 1964 (Rocky Mount)

Brian Fisher, Durham, April 30, 1982 (Salem)
20-GAME WINNERS
25............ Lewis Hester, Reidsville, 1948
Eddie Neville, Durham, 1949
23............ Art Fowler, Danville, 1945
Ken Deal, Burlington, 1947
Ramon Monzant, Danville, 1953
22............ Pete Bryant, Burlington, 1947
Al Henencheck, Raleigh, 1948
Adam Twarkins, Danville, 1949
Leonard Matarazzo, Fayetteville, 1952
21............ Roy Pinyoun, Raleigh, 1945
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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING, SEASON
Inman Chambers, Burlington, 1947
Luis Arroyo, Greensboro, 1949
Pete Angell, Danville, 1950
Lee Peterson, Winston-Salem, 1950
Mike Forline, Reidsville, 1951
Eddie Neville, Durham, 1953
20............ Pete Angell, Danville, 1949
John McPadden, Durham, 1951
Ben Rossman, Raleigh, 1953
Lee Stange, Wilson, 1960
Robbie Snow, Winston-Salem, 1966
MOST CONSECUTIVE INNINGS PITCHED
18............ Wallace Mitchell, Durham, July 17, 1945, vs. Martinsville
(tie game, called by curfew)
Eddie Neville, Durham, Aug 29, 1952, vs. Greensboro
(Neville also doubled and scored the winning run in 1-0 win)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS
66……….Rayner Oliveros, Wilmington, 2007
60……….Gilbert de la Vara, Wilmington, 2007
42............ Michael Brown, Winston-Salem, 1981
38............ Ben Rossman, Raleigh, 1952
Bruce Kunkle, Kinston, 1963
Luis Tiant, Burlington, 1963
220 STRIKEOUTS
300.......... Dwight Gooden, Lynchburg 1983
275.......... Ken Deal, Burlington 1947
268.......... Harvey Haddix, Winston-Salem 1947
258.......... James Bryant, Burlington 1947
240.......... Adam Twarkins, Danville 1949
234.......... Jack Frisinger, Winston-Salem 1948
230.......... Charles Gooding, Winston-Salem 1945
234.......... Eugene Snyder, Hi-Toms 1958
233.......... John Fitzgerald, Danville 1955
232.......... Ramon Monzat, Danville 1953
Earl Hunsinger, Wilson 1956
228.......... Luis Arroyo, Greensboro 1949
227.......... Vilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell, Winston-Salem 1950
226.......... Mark Schaeffer, Winston-Salem 1967
221.......... Joel Bennett, Lynchburg 1993
Christopher Short, High Point-Thomasville 1958
220.......... Frank Paulin, Leaksville 1946
Former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher
Harvey Haddix pitched a no-hitter
in the Carolina League for WinstonSalem against the Durham Bulls on
Aug 21,1947, striking out 19 in the
process. As a Pirate, he pitched 12
perfect innings against the Milwaukee
Braves on May 26, 1959, but gave up
an unearned run in the 13th inning to
lose the game 1-0.
While other former Carolina Leaguers
have pitched no-hitters in the majors,
including Dock Ellis and Dwight
Gooden, Haddix is the only one to
pitch a no-hitter in both.
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PERFECT GAMES
7/17/68........ Ed Phillips, Winston-Salem, defeated Rocky Mount 3-0
7/30/72........ Jim Hughes, Lynchburg, defeated Rocky Mount 3-0 (7 innings)
4/18/73........ Steve Hardin, Wilson, defeated Winston-Salem 3-0
8/12/78........ Marty Bystrom, Peninsula, defeated Winston-Salem 3-0
6/2/79.......... Tom Hart, Peninsula, defeated Salem 5-0 (7 innings)
8/15/81........ Steve Ibarguen, Lynchburg, defeated Alexandria, 1-0 (6 innings)
8/13/82........ Rick Hatcher, Durham, defeated Salem 3-0 (7 innings)
4/9/89.......... Dennis Burlingame, Durham, defeated Frederick 4-0 (7 innings)
9/6/04.......... Keith Ramsey, Kinston, defeated Myrtle Beach 6-0
NO-HIT GAMES (9-plus innings)
8/26/63........ Lindy Kurt (9-1⁄3), Tidewater, lost to Kinston 1-0 (12 innings)
5/24/90........ Chris Czarnik, Durham, lost to Winston-Salem 3-2 (14 innings)
NO-HIT GAMES, INDIVIDUAL (82 TOTAL)
7/16/45........ Claude Crocker, Burlington, lost to Greensboro 1-0
9/6/45.......... Charles Gooding, Winston-Salem, defeated Raleigh 5-0 (7 innings)
8/21/47........ Harvey Haddix, Winston-Salem, defeated Danville 6-0, (7 innings)
8/21/47........ Al Henencheck, Raleigh, defeated Greensboro 13-0
5/1/48.......... Rex Benton, Martinsville, defeated Greensboro 5-1
7/16/49........ Bob Curley, Winston-Salem, tied Martinsville 0-0 (5 innings)
7/25/49........ Luis Arroyo, Greensboro, defeated Burlington 1-0
7/8/50.......... Len Perme, Durham, defeated Greensboro 2-1 (7 innings)
7/14/50........ Bob Cruze, Durham, defeated Fayetteville 1-0
6/8/50.......... John Mikan, Burlington, defeated Raleigh 1-0
7/29/50........ Al Zilian, Greensboro, defeated Reidsville 7-0 (7 innings)
8/3/50.......... Wes Livengood, Raleigh, defeated Burlington 6-0 (7 innings)
8/16/50........ Gene Pereyra, Greensboro, defeated Fayetteville 6-0 (7 innings)
5/18/51........ Dave Charles, Burlington, defeated Greensboro 3-0 (7 innings)
4/27/53........ William Beane, Burlington, defeated Raleigh 4-2
5/9/54.......... George Starrette, Reidsville, defeated Danville 1-0
5/10/54........ Billy Washburn, Winston-Salem, defeated Hi-Toms 4-0
6/4/54.......... Don Schultz, Burlington, defeated Durham 4-0
5/18/56........ Ted Stone, Greensboro, defeated Kinston 5-0 (7 innings)
5/19/56........ Albert Wilson, Danville, defeated Kinston 2-0 (7 innings)
8/30/56........ Ken McBride, Greensboro, defeated Fayetteville 6-0
4/22/57........ Bob Quinn, Danville, defeated Greensboro 7-2 (6 innings)
6/10/57........ Charles Smith, Greensboro, defeated Durham 2-0
5/25/58........ John Aehl, Durham, defeated Greensboro 2-0 (7 innings)
8/27/58........ Ben Tench, Raleigh, defeated Burlington 2-0 (7 innings)
5/19/59........ Larry Foster, Durham, defeated Greensboro 3-0
7/3/59.......... Jim Weaver, Burlington, defeated Durham 3-1 (7 innings)
7/23/59........ Bob Veale, Wilson, defeated Raleigh 2-0
4/24/60........ Joe Bonikowski, Wilson, defeated Greensboro 6-0 (27 batters)
9/5/60.......... Warren Hodgdon, Raleigh, defeated Greensboro 6-0 (7 innings)
8/14/61........ Tracy Rivers, Raleigh, defeated Greensboro 7-0 (7 innings)
5/4/62.......... Joe Carboni, Rocky Mount, defeated Wilson 10-0
7/1/62.......... Pete Cimino, Wilson, defeated Winston-Salem 1-0 (27 batters)
7/28/62........ Juan Gomez, Raleigh, defeated Greensboro 16-0
5/7/63.......... Luis Tiant, Burlington, defeated Winston-Salem 4-0
8/2/63.......... Jack Spurgin, Greensboro, defeated Winston-Salem 1-0
8/18/64........ Leroy Heiser, Rocky Mount, defeated Burlington 5-0 (7 innings)
4/21/65........ Bill Henry, Greensboro, defeated Wilson 3-0 (7 innings)
7/16/65........ Juan Quintana, Durham, defeated Raleigh 1-0 (7 innings)
4/19/66........ Juan Quintana, Durham, defeated Peninsula 8-0
4/28/66........ Curtis Sauer, Wilson, defeated Greensboro 2-0 (7 innings),
5/15/66........ Dick Drago, Rocky Mount, defeated Greensboro 5-0 (7 innings)
5/15/66........ Darrell Clark, Rocky Mount, defeated Greensboro 2-0 (7 innings)
5/29/66........ Dick Mergler, Raleigh, defeated Lynchburg 3-0
6/11/66........ Conrad Noessel, Kinston, defeated Tidewater 5-0 (7 innings)
8/10/66........ Bruce Von Hoff, Durham, defeated Rocky Mount 5-0
8/7/67.......... Dennis Musgraves, Durham, defeated Kinston 5-0 (5 innings)
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6/30/67........ Lowell Palmer, Tidewater, defeated Kinston 7-0 (27 batters)
6/16/69........ James Minshall, Salem, defeated Hi-Toms 4-0
8/28/69........ Mike Baldwin, Lynchburg, defeated Red Springs 2-0
5/11/70........ William Olsen, Kinston, defeated Burlington 2-0
6/1/70.......... Wally Smallwood, Burlington, defeated Salem 5-0 (7 innings)
6/14/70........ Bob Elliott, Kinston, defeated Lynchburg 5-0 (7 innings)
6/28/70........ Don Leshnock, Rocky Mount, defeated Peninsula 4-0
4/25/71........ Ray O’Neill, Lynchburg, defeated Peninsula 7-0 (7 innings)
8/1/71.......... Danny Fife, Rocky Mount, defeated Lynchburg 2-1 (7 innings)
8/26/71........ Dave Goltz, Lynchburg, defeated Burlington 5-0 (7 innings)
5/27/75........ Joseph Neal, Salem defeated Anderson (WCL) 1-0
5/25/76........ Richard Waller, Winston-Salem, defeated Charleston (WCL) 4-1
7/18/76........ Don Fowler, Peninsula, defeated Lynchburg 3-0
6/7/77.......... Kevin Stephenson, Winston-Salem, defeated Salem 2-0 (7 innings)
7/1/78.......... Henry Mack, Peninsula, lost to Lynchburg 3-2
8/29/80........ Rick Behenna, Durham, defeated Rocky Mount 8-0
8/13/82........ Fernando Gonzales, Alexandria, defeated Winston-Salem 3-0
6/7/84.......... Rob Parkins, Winston-Salem, defeated Durham 3-0 (7 innings)
5/26/85........ Jose Bautista, Lynchburg, defeated Prince William 6-0 (7 innings)
4/13/88........ Bill Kazmierczak, Winston-Salem, defeated Salem 1-0 (7 innings)
5/20/88........ Bill Kazmierczak, Winston-Salem, defeated Virginia 11-0
5/28/89........ Randy Tomlin, Salem defeated Kinston 1-0
6/16/90........ Rick Balbon, Peninsula, defeated Frederick 4-0 (7 innings)
5/26/91........ Oscar Munoz, Kinston defeated Prince William 1-0
7/3/91.......... Eric Shullstrom, Frederick, defeated Kinston 2-1
7/12/91........ Steve Trachsel, Winston Salem, defeated Peninsula 4-2 (7 innings)
6/1/92.......... Tim VanEgmond, Lynchburg, defeated Prince William 2-0
5/19/95....... Rich Pratt, Prince William, defeated Frederick 3-0 (7 innings)
8/4/96......... Luther Hackman, Salem, defeated Kinston 4-1
6/4/97......... Jason Rakers, Kinston, defeated Durham, 8-0 (7 innings)
5/2/00......... Brian Sanches, Wilmington, defeated Lynchburg, 5-0
8/7/02......... Kip Bouknight, Salem, defeated Frederick, 5-0
7/3/03......... John Maine, Frederick, defeated Wnston-Salem, 3-0 (7 innings)
6/19/09....... Levi Maxwell, Winston-Salem defeated Wilmington, 4-0 (7 innings)
6/30/10....... Nathan Moreau, Frederick defeated Salem, 7-0
NO-HIT GAMES, COMBINATION (19 TOTAL)
5/14/64........ Gil Downs (5) and Charles Payne (2) Greensboro, defeated Wilson 2-0 (7 innings)
6/29/72........ John Morlan (4) and DeWayne Mason (1), Salem,
lost to Kinston 2-1 (5 innings)
4/11/75........ Rod Scurry (7) and Chet Gunter (1), Salem, lost to Lynchburg 2-1
8/23/91........ Paul Byrd, Scott Morgan, Mike Soper, Kinston, defeated Prince William 1-0
4/9/92.......... Greg Bicknell (8) and Chuck Wiley (1), Peninsula, defeated Salem 1-0
4/13/92........ Mike Hostetler (6), Barry Chiles (1), Mike Potts (1), Dave Williams (1)
Durham, defeated Peninsula 9-0
4/30/92........ Frank Rodriguez (7) and Joe Caruso (2) Lynchburg, defeated Winston-Salem 3-0
4/8/95.......... Brian Woods (7) and Archie Vazquez (2) Prince William, defeated Salem 8-0
5/15/95........ Jose Rosado (7) and Pat Flurry (2) Wilmington, defeated Winston-Salem 3-0
4/30/95........ Tommy Harrison (8) and Earl Nelson (1) Durham, defeated Prince William 4-0
7/26/95........ John Dillinger (7) and Jason Pfaff (2) Lynchburg, defeated Kinston 4-0
4/10/97........ Scott Randall (6), Lariel Gonzalez (1) Salem def. Wilmington 1-0 (7 innings)
5/7/97.......... Steve Shoemaker (6) and Mike Zolecki (3) Salem defeated Kinston 3-0
4/15/99........ Josh Miller (6), Jeremy Halpin (2), Derek Brown (1)
Frederick, defeated Salem 4-0
7/23/00........ Tim Spooneybarger (1), and Christian Parra (6)

Myrtle Beach, defeated Frederick 1-0 (7 innings)
4/15/01........ Delvin Lantigua (6), Brad Bohanon (1), Kyle Kane (1) and Jeff Bajenaru (1)
Winston-Salem, defeated Myrtle Beach 11-0
4/12/06....... Radhames Liz (5), Russ Petrick(2), Jeff Montani (1) and Casey Cahill (1)

Frederick, defeated Salem 3-0
4/29/08 . . . Matt Zaleski (5), Matt Long (0) and Kanekoa Texeira (1),

Winston-Salem lost to Potomac, 3-0 (7 innings)
8/5/08
Brandon Erbe (6), Ryan Ouellette (.1) , Fredy Deza (2.2), Frederick . .........

defeated Salem 5-0
9/5/10......... Marty Popham(7), Chris Jones (2) and Cory Burns (1)

Kinston defeated Potomac, 1-0 (10 innings)
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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING, SEASON
EARNED RUN AVERAGE
1945...................... Charlie Timm, Raleigh.............................................................. 2.36
1946...................... Harold (Skinny) Brown, Durham.............................................. 2.42
1947...................... Harvey Haddix, Winston-Salem................................................ 1.90
1948...................... Al Henencheck, Raleigh............................................................ 2.24
1949...................... Adam Twarkins, Danville.......................................................... 2.07
1950...................... Woody Rich, Greensboro.......................................................... 2.41
1951...................... James Lewey, Winston-Salem.................................................. 2.65
1952...................... Eddie Neville, Durham.............................................................. 1.72
1953...................... Duane Wilson, Greensboro...................................................... 2.21
1954...................... John Patula, Greensboro.......................................................... 1.58
1955...................... Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms................................................................ 1.78
1956...................... Cleo Lewright, Kinston............................................................. 2.38
1957...................... David Reed, Durham................................................................ 2.04
1958...................... Johnny Aehl, Durham............................................................... 1.86
1959...................... Bill Spanswick, Raleigh............................................................ 2.49
1960...................... Jim Bouton, Greensboro.......................................................... 2.73
1961...................... Bill MacLeod, Winston-Salem.................................................. 2.31
1962...................... Steve Blass, Kinston................................................................. 1.97
1963...................... Sherman (Roadblock) Jones, Raleigh....................................... 2.10
1964...................... Tom Moser, Burlington............................................................. 2.47
1965...................... Dock Ellis, Kinston................................................................... 1.98
1966...................... Robbie Snow, Winston-Salem.................................................. 1.75
1967...................... Harold Clem, Raleigh............................................................... 1.64
1968...................... Billy Champion, Tidewater........................................................ 2.03
1969...................... Gordon Knutson, Raleigh-Durham........................................... 1.90
1970...................... Daniel Bootcheck, Rocky Mount............................................... 1.92
1971...................... Richard Fusari, Peninsula........................................................ 2.19
1972...................... Dave Pagan, Kinston................................................................ 2.53
1973...................... Roy Thomas, Rocky Mount...................................................... 2.24
1974...................... Don Aase, Winston-Salem....................................................... 2.43
1975...................... T. Frederick Jones, Winston-Salem.......................................... 2.11
1976...................... Peter Manos, Peninsula........................................................... 1.16
1977...................... Jeff Schneider, Peninsula......................................................... 2.50
1978...................... Jose Martinez, Peninsula......................................................... 2.07
1979...................... Thomas Hart, Peninsula........................................................... 2.22
1980...................... James Wright, Peninsula.......................................................... 1.85
1981...................... Mike Brown, Winston-Salem.................................................... 1.49
1982...................... Charles Hudson, Peninsula...................................................... 1.85
1983...................... Dwight Gooden, Lynchburg...................................................... 2.50
1984...................... Randy Myers, Lynchburg.......................................................... 2.06
1985...................... Kyle Hartshorn, Lynchburg....................................................... 1.69
1986...................... Jeff Ballard, Hagerstown........................................................... 1.85
1987...................... Charles Scott, Kinston.............................................................. 2.69
1988...................... Kent Mercker, Durham.............................................................. 2.75
1989...................... Ray Mullino, Winston-Salem................................................... 2.32
1990...................... Frank Seminara, Prince William............................................... 1.90
1991...................... Tim Smith, Lynchburg.............................................................. 2.16
1992...................... Joe Caruso, Lynchburg............................................................ 1.98
1993...................... Jason Fronio, Kinston.............................................................. 2.41
1994...................... Mike Bovee, Wilmington.......................................................... 2.65
1995...................... Glendon Rusch, Wilmington.................................................... 1.74
1996...................... Noe Najera, Kinston................................................................. 2.70
1997...................... Clifford Politte, Prince William................................................. 2.24
1998...................... Chandler Martin, Salem........................................................... 2.48
1999...................... Josh Kalinowski, Salem............................................................ 2.11
2000...................... Corey Thurman, Wilmington..................................................... 2.26
2001...................... Jimmy Journell, Potomac.......................................................... 2.50
2002...................... Ken Nelson, Myrtle Beach......................................................... 1.72
2003...................... Kyle Middleton, Wilmington...................................................... 2.41
2004...................... Trae McGill, Wilmington............................................................ 2.08
2005...................... Chance Douglass, Salem.......................................................... 2.90
2006...................... Scott Lewis, Kinston.................................................................. 1.48
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2007...................... James Deters, Kinston............................................................... 2.24
2008...................... Jake Arrieta, Frederick............................................................... 2.87
2009...................... Paolo Espino, Kinston............................................................... 2.59
2010...................... Jordan Hotchkiss, Lynchburg.................................................... 2.30
2011...................... Robert Ross, Myrtle Beach........................................................ 2.26
STRIKEOUTS
1945...................... Charles Gooding, Winston-Salem............................................. 230
1946...................... Frank Paulin, Leaksville............................................................ 220
1947...................... Ken Deal, Burlington................................................................. 275
1948...................... Jack Frisinger, Winston-Salem.................................................. 234
1949...................... Adam Twarkins, Danville........................................................... 240
1950...................... Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell, Winston-Salem......................... 227
1951...................... Dennis Reeder, Winston-Salem................................................. 155
1952...................... Ronald Necciai, Burlington........................................................ 172
1953...................... Ramon Monzant, Danville......................................................... 232
1954...................... Don Schultz, Burlington............................................................ 178
1955...................... John Fitzgerald, Danville........................................................... 233
1956...................... Earl Hunsinger, Wilson.............................................................. 232
1957...................... David Reed, Durham................................................................. 200
1958...................... Eugene Snyder, Hi-Toms........................................................... 234
1959...................... Bob Veale, Wilson..................................................................... 187
1960...................... Johnny Seale, Durham.............................................................. 197
1961...................... Bill MacLeod, Winston-Salem................................................... 208
1962...................... Steve Blass, Kinston.................................................................. 209
1963...................... Luis Tiant, Burlington................................................................ 207
1964...................... Donald Hagen, Raleigh.............................................................. 202
1965...................... Ernest Barron, Wilson............................................................... 183
1966...................... Wally Wolf, Peninsula............................................................... 185
1967...................... Mark Schaeffer, Winston-Salem................................................ 226
1968...................... Al Fitzmorris, Lynchburg........................................................... 214
1969...................... Mike Garman, Winston-Salem

John Penn, Raleigh-Durham..................................................... 183
1970...................... Lynn McGlothen, Winston-Salem.............................................. 202
1971...................... Donald Schroeder, Kinston........................................................ 176
1972...................... Dave Pagan, Kinston................................................................. 192
1973...................... Roy Thomas, Rocky Mount....................................................... 193
1974...................... Don Aase, Winston-Salem........................................................ 176
1975...................... W. Burke Suter, Winston-Salem................................................. 150
1976...................... Ed Whitson, Salem.................................................................... 186
1977...................... Neil Allen, Lynchburg................................................................ 126
1978...................... Marty Bystrom, Peninsula......................................................... 159
1979...................... Mike Howard, Winston-Salem................................................... 161
1980...................... Donald Carman, Peninsula........................................................ 141
1981...................... Jeff Bittiger, Lynchburg.............................................................. 168
1982...................... Tony Ghelfi, Peninsula............................................................... 162
1983...................... Dwight Gooden, Lynchburg....................................................... 300
1984...................... Mitch Cook, Lynchburg............................................................. 178
1985...................... Eric Bell, Hagerstown................................................................ 162
1986...................... Chris Ritter, Prince William....................................................... 149
1987...................... David Miller, Durham................................................................ 155
1988...................... Phil Harrison, Winston-Salem................................................... 169
1989...................... Derek Livernois, Lynchburg....................................................... 151
1990...................... Mike Oquist, Frederick.............................................................. 170
1991...................... Curtis Leskanic, Kinston........................................................... 163
1992...................... John Cummings, Peninsula...................................................... 144
1993...................... Joel Bennett, Lynchburg............................................................ 221
1994...................... Jim Pittsley, Wilmington........................................................... 171
1995...................... Bartolo Colon, Kinston.............................................................. 152
1996...................... Russell Herbert, Prince William................................................. 148
1997...................... Carlos Chantres, Winston-Salem.............................................. 158
1998...................... Rob Bell, Danville...................................................................... 192
1999...................... Josh Kalinowski, Salem............................................................. 176
2000...................... Ryan Cameron, Salem................................................................ 168
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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING, SEASON
2001...................... Brian Tallet, Kinston................................................................... 164
2002...................... Adam Wainwright, Myrtle Beach................................................. 167
2003...................... Macay McBride, Myrtle Beach.................................................... 139
2004...................... Thomas Pauly, Potomac............................................................. 135
2005......................James Johnson, Frederick.........................................................168
2006......................James Barthmaier, Salem...........................................................134
2007......................David Hernandez, Frederick.......................................................168
2008......................Brandon Erbe, Frederick............................................................151
2009......................Eammon Portice, Salem.............................................................141
2010......................Randall Delgado, Myrtle Beach..................................................120
2011......................Justin Marks, Wilmington..........................................................140
WINS
1945......................Art Fowler, Danville..................................................................... 23
1946......................Roy Pinyoun, Raleigh

Frank Paulin, Leaksville.............................................................. 19
1947......................Ken Deal, Burlington................................................................... 23
1948......................Lewis Hester, Reidsville.............................................................. 25
1949......................Eddie Neville, Durham................................................................ 25
1950......................Lee Peterson, Winston-Salem

Pete Angell, Danville................................................................... 21
1951......................Mike Forline, Reidsville.............................................................. 21
1952......................Leonard Matarazzo, Fayetteville.................................................. 22
1953......................Ramon Monzant, Danville........................................................... 23
1954......................Bob Cruze, Durham;

Curt Barclay, Danville................................................................. 19
1955......................Woody Rich, Hi-Toms................................................................. 19
1956......................Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms................................................................... 22
1957......................George Moton, Winston-Salem.................................................. 18
1958......................Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms................................................................... 19
1959......................Bill Spanswick, Raleigh

Don Dobrino, Wilson.................................................................. 15
1960...................... Lee Stange, Wilson..................................................................... 20
1961...................... Bill MacLeod, Winston-Salem;

Willie Jones, Wilson;

Eddie Merritt, Greensboro;

Al Eisele, Burlington.................................................................... 15
1962...................... Frank Bork, Kinston..................................................................... 19
1963...................... Chuck Kovach, Burlington;

Gerald Merz, Rocky Mount.......................................................... 17
1964...................... Donald Hagen, Raleigh................................................................ 16
1965...................... Jim Morio, Peninsula;

Wayne McAlpin, Wilson.............................................................. 16
1966...................... Robbie Snow, Winston-Salem..................................................... 20
1967...................... Harold Clem, Raleigh

Gary Jones, Greensboro

Mike Daniel, Asheville

Jon Warden, Rocky Mount.......................................................... 15
1968...................... Jerry Cram, Wilson

Charlie Hudson, Raleigh-Durham

Ed Smith, Lynchburg................................................................... 16
1969...................... John Penn, Raleigh-Durham....................................................... 15
1970...................... Lynn McGlothen, Winston-Salem................................................ 15
1971...................... Richard Fusari, Peninsula........................................................... 19
1972...................... James Minshall, Salem............................................................... 16
1973...................... William Stiegemeier, Lynchburg;

Roy Thomas, Rocky Mount.......................................................... 15
1974...................... Don Aase, Winston-Salem.......................................................... 17
1975...................... Oliver Bell, Rocky Mount

Warren Brusstar, Rocky Mount

Allen Ripley, Winston-Salem........................................................ 14
1976...................... Don Fowler, Peninsula; Ed Whitson, Salem................................. 15
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1977...................... Jeff Schneider, Peninsula............................................................ 15
1978...................... Marty Bystrom, Peninsula; Henry Mack, Peninsula..................... 15
1979...................... Bryan Clark, Alexandria; Thomas Hart, Peninsula....................... 14
1980...................... LeRoy Smith, Peninsula.............................................................. 17
1981...................... Mike Brown, Winston-Salem....................................................... 14
1982...................... Charles Hudson, Peninsula; Jonathan McKnight, Kinston......... 15
1983...................... Dwight Gooden, Lynchburg......................................................... 19
1984...................... Mitch Cook, Lynchburg............................................................... 16
1985...................... Kyle Hartshorn, Lynchburg.......................................................... 17
1986...................... Marty Reed, Kinston.................................................................... 16
1987...................... David Miller, Durham.................................................................. 15
1988...................... Mike Sander, Hagerstown;

Brian Dubois, Virginia and Hagerstown;

Phil Harrison, Winston-Salem..................................................... 14
1989...................... Mike Draper, Prince William........................................................ 14
1990...................... Frank Seminara, Prince William.................................................. 16
1991...................... Ryan Hawblitzel, Winston-Salem

Curtis Leskanic, Kinston............................................................. 15
1992...................... John Cummings, Peninsula........................................................ 16
1993...................... Ritchard Forney, Frederick........................................................... 14
1994...................... Sean Johnston, Prince William................................................... 15
1995...................... Glendon Rusch, Wilmington....................................................... 14
1996...................... David Caldwell, Kinston.............................................................. 13
1997...................... Bronson Arroyo, Lynchburg........................................................ 12
1998...................... Luis Colmenares, Salem;

Jake Chapman, Wilmington;

Mario Iglesias, Winston-Salem;

Aaron Lineweaver, Wilmington.................................................... 13
1999...................... Tim Drew, Kinston........................................................................ 13
2000...................... Christian Parra, Myrtle Beach....................................................... 17
2001...................... Trey Hodges, Myrtle Beach........................................................... 15
2002...................... Daniel Tamyo, Wilmington;
.............................. Kip Bouknight, Salem . ................................................................ 14
2003...................... Jared Gothreaux, Salem............................................................... 13
2004...................... Brian Slocum, Kinston................................................................. 15
2005...................... Ryan Rodriguez, Winston-Salem.................................................. 13
2006...................... Charles Lofgren, Kinston.............................................................. 17
2007...................... Rowdy Hardy, Wilmington............................................................ 15
2008...................... Scott Diamond, Myrtle Beach....................................................... 12
2009...................... Tom Milone, Potomac.................................................................. 12
2010...................... Joseph Gardner, Kinston.............................................................. 12
2011...................... Robert Bundy, Frederick;

Nathan Moreau, Frederick;

Timothy Melville, Wilmington..................................................... 11
INNINGS PITCHED
1945......................Roy Pinyoun, Raleigh................................................................265
1946......................Frank Paulin, Leaksville . .........................................................303
1947......................Pete Bryant, Burlington . ..........................................................292
1948......................Lewis Hester, Reidsville ............................................................301
1949......................Eddie Neville, Durham ..............................................................274
1950......................Charles Miller, Raleigh .............................................................280
1951......................Mike Fortine, Reidsville ............................................................264
1952......................Robert Hartig, Greensboro.........................................................254
1953......................Eddie Neville, Durham...............................................................264
1954......................Ken Deal, Reidsville and Fayetteville..........................................252
1955......................Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms..................................................................263
1956......................Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms..................................................................289
1957......................Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms..................................................................258
1958......................Jack Taylor. Hi-Toms ................................................................264
1959......................Jim McIntyre, Winston-Salem...................................................196
1960......................Lee Stange, Wilson . .................................................................251
1961......................Eddie Merritt, Greensboro ........................................................211
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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING, SEASON
1962 .....................Mel Stottlemyre, Greensboro ....................................................241
1963......................DonaId Flynn, Rocky Mount......................................................211
1964......................Peter Craig, Rocky Mount..........................................................208
1965......................Wayne McAlpin, Wilson............................................................205
1966......................Ron Klimkowski, Winston-Salem...............................................221
1967......................Jon Warden, Rocky Mount.........................................................219
1968......................Ed Smith, Lynchburg.................................................................215
1969......................John Penn, Raleigh-Durham......................................................202
1970......................Lynn McGlothen, Winston-Salem . ...........................................229
1971......................Richard Fusari, Peninsula..........................................................222
1972......................James Hughes, Lynchburg........................................................192
1973......................Quency Hill, Rocky Mount.........................................................203
1974......................Don Aase, Winston-Salem.........................................................230
1975......................Allen Ripley, Winston-Salem.....................................................186
1976......................Ed Whitson, Salem....................................................................203
1977......................Dickie Noles, Peninsula.............................................................199
1978......................Marty Bystrom, Peninsula..........................................................197
1979......................Steve Crawford, Winston-Salem................................................211
198O......................Jay Fredlund, Winston-Salem....................................................192
1981......................Rick Behenna. Durham..............................................................196
1982......................William Fultz, Lynchburg...........................................................188
1983......................Mitch Johnson, Winston-Salem................................................214
1984......................Mitch Cook, Lynchburg.............................................................184
1985......................Ricky Knapp, Salem...................................................................180
1986......................Marty Reed, Kinston..................................................................197
1987......................David Miller, Durham.................................................................205
1988......................Danny Weems, Durham.............................................................191
1989......................Mike Aspray, Winston-Salem.....................................................177
1990......................Tim Wakefield, Salem................................................................190
1991......................Tim Smilh, Lynchburg...............................................................175
1992......................Terry Farrar, Frederick................................................................182
1993......................Joel Bennell, Lynchburg............................................................181
1994......................Jason Pierson, Prince William...................................................189
1995......................Jamey Wright, Salem; Jay Vaught, Kinston................................171
1996......................Kevin Pickford, Lynchburg.........................................................172
1997......................Tom Stepka, Winston-Salem......................................................182
1998......................Jamie Brown, Kinston.............................................................172.2
1999......................Ryan Price, Salem...................................................................171.2
2000......................Chuck Crowder, Salem...........................................................168.2
2001......................Trey Hodges, Myrtle Beach.....................................................173.0
2002......................Chris Waters, Myrtle Beach....................................................182.2
2003......................Mackay McBride, Myrtle Beach..............................................164.2
2004......................Blaine Boyer, Myrtle Beach.....................................................154.0
2005......................Chance Douglass, Salem........................................................169.2
2006......................Michael Hinckley, Potomac.....................................................148.1

Kevin Hart, Frederick..............................................................148.1
2007......................Rowdy Hardy, Wilmington .....................................................167.0
2008......................Anthony Watson, Lynchburg...................................................151.2
2009......................Anthony Carter, Winston-Salem..............................................154.2
2010......................Nathan Jones, Winston-Salem................................................152.1
2011......................Chris Masters, Lynchburg......................................................148.1
SAVES
1969......................Phillip C. Meeler, Rocky Mount .................................................28
1970......................Charles Bowley, Raleigh-Durham &
..............................Roger Hambright, Kinston...........................................................15
1971......................Charles G. Pfeiffer, Winston-Salem,.............................................15
1972......................Walter Walters, Kinston...............................................................16
1973......................Felix Martinez, Kinston....................................................................
..............................Barry Sbragia, Winston-Salem....................................................15
1974......................William Clauss, Lynchburg, . ......................................................12
1975......................Robert Cuellar, Lynchburg...........................................................17
1976......................Peter Manos, Peninsula...............................................................17
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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING, SEASON
1977......................Jeffery Schneider, Peninsula........................................................22
1978......................Russell Clark, Lynchburg.............................................................14
1979......................Jeff Cary, Alexandria....................................................................21
1980......................Martin Rivas, Winston-Salem......................................................21
1981......................Martin Decker, Peninsula, . .........................................................18
1982......................David Shipanoff, Kinston.............................................................30
1983......................Rocky Childress, Peninsula.........................................................16
1984......................Dorley Downs, Prince William.....................................................21
1985......................Todd Frohwirth, Peninsula...........................................................18
1986......................Laddy Renfroe, Winston-Salem...................................................21
1987......................Kevin Renz, Peninsula.................................................................20
1988......................Kevin Bearse, Kinston..................................................................22
1989......................Joe Ausanio, Salem.....................................................................20
1990......................Mike Gardella, Prince William.....................................................30
1991......................Mike Soper, Kinston....................................................................41
1992......................Cory Bailey, Lynchburg................................................................23
1993......................John Hrusovsky, Winston-Salem.................................................25
1994......................Chris Lemp, Frederick.................................................................21
1995......................Matt Bird, Durham.......................................................................27
1996......................Stephen Prihoda, Wilmington......................................................25
1997......................Armando Almanza, Prince William...............................................36
1998......................David Riske, Kinston....................................................................33
1999......................Travis Thompson, Salem.............................................................27
2000......................Jason Marr, Potomac...................................................................30
2001......................Scotty Layfield, Potomac.............................................................31
2002......................Dan Carasco, Lynchburg.............................................................29
2003......................Lee Gronkiewicz, Kinston.............................................................37
2004 .....................Dwayne Pollock, Winston-Salem.................................................38
2005......................Ehren Wasserman, Winston-Salem..............................................20
2006......................Michael James, Wilmington........................................................25
2007......................Scott Roehl, Kinston....................................................................24
2008......................Tyler Chambliss, Wilmington.......................................................24
2009......................R.J. Rodriguez, Lynchburg...........................................................27
2010......................Cory Burns, Kinston....................................................................30
2011......................Preston Guilmet, Kinston.............................................................35

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING, GAME
MOST CONSECUTIVE PUTOUTS
11............ George Hallow, 1B, Raleigh, Sept 1, 1952
MOST ERRORS, ONE GAME
5.............. Owen Friend, 2B, Raleigh, July 11, 1945
Don Morrow, SS, Durham, July 23, 1950
James McManus, 1B, Durham, Aug 10, 1955
Larry Spinner, 3B, Fayetteville, July 3, 1956
Carlos Rios, SS, Salem, Aug 24, 1980 (11 innings)
Tim Rigsby, SS, Kinston, May 9,1991
MOST ERRORS, ONE INNING
4.............. Mike Rauseo, 3B, Burlington, Aug 24, 1951
MOST PUTOUTS BY A CATCHER (Extra Innings)
23............ Vic Davis, Kinston, June 1, 1966 (17 innings)
Steve Barnard, Prince William, Aug 26, 1985 (14 innings)
MOST PUTOUTS BY A CATCHER (Nine Innings)
20............ Joe Benson, Raleigh, Aug 30, 1945
Mike Minster, Raleigh-Durham, June 4 1968
Jerry Neufang, Alexandria, June 18, 1980
Scott Hood, Durham, April 30, 1982
MOST PASSED BALLS, ONE GAME
5.............. Tim Coulen, Winston-Salem, 1968
MOST PUTOUTS BY A FIRST BASEMAN (Extra Innings)
28............ Tom Keyes, Tidewater, April 18, 1967 (20 innings)
MOST PUTOUTS BY A FIRST BASEMAN (Nine Innings)
21............ Greg Walker, Peninsula, Aug 10, 1979
Fred McGriff, Kinston, June 24, 1983
MOST PUTOUTS BY A SECOND BASEMAN (Extra Innings)
13 . ......... Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Reidsville, July 24, 1950

(14 innings)
MOST PUTOUTS BY A SECOND BASEMAN (Nine Innings)
10............ Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Raleigh, Aug 30, 1951
Billy Joe Ford, Hi-Toms, Aug 31, 1956
Bill Timberlake, Peninsula, 1963
Chet Trail, Greensboro, April 17, 1965
Lou Garvin, Tidewater, April 30, 1966
John Walker, Lynchburg, Sept 4, 1994
MOST PUTOUTS BY A THIRD BASEMAN (Extra Innings)
10............ John Morris, Reidsville, Aug 27, 1949 (17 innings)
Frank Grundler, Lynchburg, Aug 10, 1974 (1st game, 12 .....
innings)
MOST PUTOUTS BY A THIRD BASEMAN (Nine Innings)
8.............. William Stoops, Burlington, June 13, 1952

Former National League President Bill White
played for the Danville Leafs in 1953

MOST PUTOUTS BY A SHORTSTOP (Extra Innings)
10............ George Eikenburg, Raleigh, Aug 3, 1949 (15 innings)
MOST PUTOUTS BY A SHORTSTOP (Nine Innings)
8.............. John Alva, Durham, Aug 8, 1987
Eric Owens, Winston-Salem, July 1, 1993
Anthony Medrano, Wilmington, June 21, 1995
Eddy Martinez, Frederick, July 30,1997

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INDIVIDUAL FIELDING, GAME
MOST PUTOUTS BY AN OUTFIELDER (Extra Innings)
13............ Vincent Moore, Durham, May 11, 1943 (16 innings)
12............ Rod Clifford, Durham, June 26, 1949 (16 innings)
MOST PUTOUTS BY AN OUTFIELDER (Nine Innings)
10............ George Redding, Burlington, May 12, 1949
Pete Brozovich, Fayetteville, Aug 20, 1952
Herb Burnette, Raleigh, June 10, 1961
Michael Bennett, Winston-Salem, April 25, 1974
Johnny Hernandez, Potomac, Aug 27, 2002
MOST ASSISTS BY A SECOND BASEMAN (Extra Innings)
12............ Jack Newcomer, Raleigh, July 13, 1965 (16 innings)
Jim Jarvis, Tidewater, May 21, 1966 (11 innings)
Charles Reilly, Winston-Salem, Aug 3, 1975 (12 innings)
11............ Levi Robinson, Frederick, May 5, 2004 (14 innings)
10............ B.J. Barns, Lynchburg, July 29, 2002 (12 innings)
MOST ASSISTS BY A SECOND BASEMAN (Nine Innings)
11 . ......... Gilbert Passarella, Kinston, July 16, 1972
Fermin Ubri, Lynchburg, Aug 28, 1982
Miguel Flores, Kinston, July 5, 1991
Doug Livingston, Salem, June 28, 1998
MOST ASSISTS BY A THIRD BASEMAN (Extra Innings)
12............ Jimmy Grant, Raleigh, May 22, 1949 (16 innings)
MOST ASSISTS BY A THIRD BASEMAN (Nine Innings)
10............ Casey Webster, Kinston, Aug 8, 1987
Jose Cepeda, Wilmington, April 5, 1997
MOST ASSISTS BY A SHORTSTOP (Extra Innings)
10............ George Eikenburg, Raleigh, Aug 3, 1949 (15 innings)
Pete Orr, Myrtle Beach, July 24, 2001
MOST ASSISTS BY A SHORTSTOP (Nine Innings)
12............ Arthur Cleary, Hi-Toms, July 31, 1969
Luis Quinones, Salem, Aug 23, 1981
Randy Strajek, Hagerstown, June 16, 1988
MOST ASSISTS BY A PITCHER (Extra Innings)
11............ Wallace Mitchell, Durham July 17, 1945 (18 innings)
MOST ASSISTS BY A PITCHER (Nine Innings)
11............ Dick Hendrix, Salem, April 22, 1968
John Glass, Raleigh-Durham, June 2, 1968
MOST ASSISTS BY AN OUTFIELDER (Nine Innings)
3.............. Ron Woods, Kinston, June 5, 1965
Darren Hayes, Prince William, June 2, 1996
Mike Huelsmann, Kinston, June 5, 1997
Darnell McDonald, Frederick, July 22, 1999
Vic Radcliff, Wilmington, Aug 9, 1999
Brett Caradonna, Winston-Salem, July 25, 2002
Carlos Duran, Myrtle Beach, April 12, 2003
MOST GAMES WITHOUT AN ERROR
117.......... Wilbert Hammond, OF, Salem, 1968

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INDIVIDUAL FIELDING, SEASON
FIRST BASEMEN
Games................. 153.................... George Contratto, Greensboro, 1956
Putouts.............. 1,393.............................. Earl Richmond, Durham, 1948
Assists................. 121............................. Rip Radcliff, Greensboro, 1948
Errors..................... 38...................................John Streza, Durham, 1946
Fielding............... .997............................ Gary Hollman, Burlington, 1967

Casey Rogowski, Winston-Salem, 2003

Joshua Hanson, Winston-Salem, 2006
Double Plays........ 152.............................. Earl Richmond, Durham, 1948
SECOND BASEMEN
Games................. 153........................Mike Hafenecker, Burlington, 1950
Putouts................. 449..................................... Eddie Leip, Danville, 1950
Assists................. 512............... Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Durham, 1948
Errors..................... 59..............................Glenn Lockamy, Raleigh, 1946
Fielding............... .989.............Bernie Calvo, Asheville, 1967 (79 games)

Steve Lombardozzi, Potomac, 2010
Double Plays........ 132............... Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Durham, 1948
THIRD BASEMEN
Games................. 147........................ Doug Hubacek, Greensboro, 1956
Putouts................. 185..................... Emanuel Allegue, Martinsville, 1945
Assists................. 341........................ Doug Hubacek, Greensboro, 1956
Errors..................... 64...........................Leo Northrup, Greensboro, 1945
Fielding............... .978.................................. Kyle Bellows, Kinston, 2010
Double Plays.......... 42.................... Emanuel Allegue, Martinsville, 1945
SHORTSTOPS
Games................. 150............................ John Pfeiffer, Greensboro, 1956
Putouts................. 316.......................... Hilliard Nance, Martinsville, 1946
Assists................. 509...............................Henry Navarro, Durham, 1951
Errors..................... 85.................................. Frank Sturm, Durham, 1947
Fielding............... .981........................Craig Wilson, Prince William, 1994
Double Plays........ 105...............................Melvin Collins, Danville, 1955

John McDonald, Kinston, 1997

Wade Robinson, Salem, 2004
CATCHERS
Games................. 145............................... Ted Pawelek, Reidsville, 1950
Putouts................. 988.......................Ron Staples, Winston-Salem, 1962
Assists................. 127...................... Rico Colbert, Winston-Salem, 1980
Errors..................... 29...............................John Parks, Martinsville, 1947
Fielding............... .999................................... Jim Foster, Frederick, 1996
Double Plays.......... 20..................................Harold King, Asheville, 1967
Passed Balls.......... 40......................... Joe Borich, Winston-Salem, 1945
OUTFIELDERS
Games................. 153.....................................Curt Flood, Hi-Toms, 1956
Putouts................. 466...................................Bill Evans, Burlington, 1950
Assists................... 30..................Tommy Martin, Raleigh-Durham, 1950
Errors..................... 24.......................... Ron Flender, Rocky Mount, 1962
Fielding............. 1.000............................Damon Saetre, Peninsula, 1990

Andre King, Durham-Prince William, 1995

Adrian Ortiz, Wilmington, 2010
Double Plays.......... 10......................................Eddie Ball, Durham, 1945

James Felt, Alexandria, 1982
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TEAM FIELDING
Fielding..................980........... Wilmington, 2007
Double Plays..........176........... Raleigh, 1951
Triple Plays.................3........... Fayetteville, 1950
Raleigh-Durham, 1971
Passed Balls............58........... Salem, 1972
Putouts................4,044........... Hi-Toms, 1956
Assists.................1,836........... Reidsville, 1948
Errors.....................479........... Greensboro, 1945
MOST ERRORS, ONE GAME
14...........................Martinsville, May 14, 1945 (9 innings)
MOST ERRORS, ONE GAME, BOTH TEAMS
17...........................Martinsville (12) and Durham (5), May 1, 1945
Martinsville (14) and Greensboro (3), May 14,
1945
MOST DOUBLE PLAYS, ONE GAME
7.............................Raleigh, Aug 9, 1967
(vs. Burlington, in consecutive innings)
MOST DOUBLE PLAYS, ONE GAME, BOTH TEAMS
(Extra Innings)
10...........................Hagerstown (5), Kinston (5),
Aug 15, 1986 (11 innings)
MOST DOUBLE PLAYS, ONE GAME, BOTH TEAMS
(Nine Innings)
9.............................Raleigh (7), Burlington (2), Aug 9, 1967
MOST ASSISTS, ONE GAME
(Extra Innings)
34...........................Martinsville, Aug 10, 1949 (17 innings)
MOST ASSISTS, ONE GAME
(Nine Innings)
24...........................Durham, July 29, 1985; Hagerstown, June 16,

1988
FEWEST ASSISTS, ONE GAME
0.............................Held by several clubs

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS
Games......................... 953......Walter (Teapot) Frye (1947-53)
for Leaksville, Winston-Salem and
Reidsville
Consecutive Games..... 781......Arthur (Bucky) Jacobs (1950-55)
for Danville, Raleigh and Fayetteville
At Bats...................... 3,629......Walter (Teapot) Frye
Hits............................... 929......Walter (Teapot) Frye
Home Runs.................. 123......Woody Fair (1946-51)
for Durham, Danville and Raleigh
RBI............................... 559......Woody Fair (599 games)
Wins............................... 89......(Magic) Mike Forline (1949-54), Reidsville
Losses........................... 63......Jack Taylor (1954-58), Hi-Toms
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WON, TEAM
16............ Winston-Salem, June 2-16, 1950
15............ Raleigh, May 26-June 12, 1959
14……….Salem, Aug 15-29, 2006
13............ Burlington, 1948
Danville, 1958
12............ Winston-Salem, 1950
Burlington, 1972
Durham, 1980
Peninsula, 1982
Lynchburg, 2002
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES LOST, TEAM
22............ Peninsula, 1991
19............ Fayetteville, 1950
18............ Rocky Mount, 1980
15............ Virginia, 1988
14............ Raleigh, 1950
Rocky Mount, 1980
Virginia, 1988
13............ Greensboro, 1948
Fayetteville, 1950
Rocky Mount, 1980
Salem, 1982
Durham, 1995
Winston-Salem, 2002
Frederick, 2008
12............ Burlington, 1965
Rocky Mount, 1972

Walter “Teapot” Frye
played in a record 953
games from 1947–53.

LONGEST EXTRA-INNING GAMES
23............ Kinston 3, Myrtle Beach 2, June 12, 2011
21............ Wilmington 3, Danville 2, July 5, 1998
20............ Tidewater 5, Kinston 5, April 18, 1967

Winston-Salem 4, Myrtle Beach 3, May 19, 2010

(second game of day/night doubleheader)
19............ Lynchburg 4, Kinston 3, Aug 8, 1966
Winston-Salem 13, Greensboro 12, Aug 14, 1967
Greensboro 3, Lynchburg 1, Aug 28, 1967
Myrtle Beach 3, Winston-Salem 2, July 24, 2001
18............ There have been 12
(last time: Myrtle Beach 4, Lynchburg 2, Aug 15, 1999)

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ATTENDANCE RECORDS
SINGLE GAME ATTENDANCE
(NON LEAGUE CITY)
32,152..... @ Washington D.C., May 21, 2006 (Salem vs Potomac)
15,872..... @ Baltimore, June 10, 1990 (Peninsula vs. Frederick)
(LEAGUE CITY)
12,049..... @ Greensboro, Aug 23, 1960 (vs. Durham)
(CURRENT LEAGUE CITIES)
11,006..... @ Frederick, Aug 30, 1997 (vs. Wilmington)
10,317..... @ Winston-Salem, July 4, 1995 (vs. Kinston)
10,879..... @ Potomac, July 4, 2009 (vs. Frederick)
8,834....... @ Salem, June 9, 1981 (vs. Hagerstown)
8,208....... @ Lynchburg, July 4, 2000 (vs. Myrtle Beach)
7,498....... @ Wilmington, April 26, 2002 (vs. Winston-Salem)
6,599
@ Myrtle Beach, (several times, most recently April 9, 2009 .

(vs. Wilmington)
5,394....... @ Kinston, July 3, 1995 (vs. Durham)
REGULAR SEASON TOTAL ATTENDANCE
(LEAGUE TOTAL)
1995---1,816,193
2010---1,810,537
1997---1,805,345
1993---1,743,028
2008---1,726-511
1996---1,722,580
1994---1,687,596
2007---1,688,811
1999---1,652,256
2001---1,642,272
2000---1,611,255
2006---1,601,427
REGULAR SEASON TOTAL ATTENDANCE
(LEAGUE CITY)
390,486 . .............. Durham, 1995
(CURRENT LEAGUE CITIES)
Frederick............... 351,146 (1993)
Kinston.................. 151, 953 (1997)
Lynchburg............. 164, 328 (2009)
Myrtle Beach......... 242,397 (2008)
Potomac................ 215,250 (1995)
Salem.................... 258,469 (2007)
Wilmington............ 358,768 (1995)
Winston-Salem..... 312,313 (2010)

The Wilmington Blue Rocks drew 358,768 to Daniel S. Frawley Stadium in 1995, tops among
current Carolina League cities.
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ALL-STAR GAME RESULTS
1948........ East 19, West 2 (July 11 at Greensboro)
1949........ Danville 2, All-Stars 0 (July 10 at Danville)
1950........ No game scheduled
1951........ All-Stars 12, Reidsville 4 (July 22 at Greensboro)
1952........ All-Stars 1, Raleigh 0 (July 14 at Raleigh)
1953........ All-Stars 7, Burlington 5 (July 13 at Graham)
1954........ All-Stars 9, Burlington 6 (July 12 at Graham)
1955........ All-Stars 5, Fayetteville 1 (July 11 at Fayetteville)
1955........ Veterans 3, Rookies 2 (Aug 21 at Thomasville)
1956........ All-Stars 4, Wilson 2 (July 18 at Wilson)
1956........ West 8, East 1 (Aug 13 at Winston-Salem)
1957........ All-Stars 7, Durham 6 (July 15 at Durham)
1958........ All-Stars, 4, Hi-Toms 1 (July 14 at Thomasville)
1959........ No game scheduled
1960........ Greensboro 9, All-Stars 7 (June 30 at Greensboro)
1961........ Wilson 3, All-Stars 2 (June 29 at Wilson)
1962........ All-Stars 5, Kinston 3 (June 28 at Kinston)
1963........ West 4, East 1 (July 21 at Kinston)
1964........ All-Stars 4, Kinston 3, 10 innings (July 6 at Kinston)
1965........ All-Stars 4, Durham 0 (July 20 at Durham)
1966........ All-Stars 6, Winston-Salem 5 (July 25 at Winston-Salem)
1967........ West 10, Greensboro 3 (July 17 at Greensboro)

East 7, Raleigh 6 (July 17 at Raleigh)
1968........ Salem 6, All-Stars 1 (July 15 at Salem)
1969........ All-Stars 2, Rocky Mount 0 (July 28 at Rocky Mount)
1970........ All-Stars 8, Winston-Salem 1 (July 7 at Winston-Salem)
1971........ All-Stars 2, Kinston 1, 11 innings (July 12 at Kinston)
1972........ Burlington 3, All-Stars 2, 14 innings (July 10 at Burlington)
1973........ Lynchburg 9, All-Stars 3 (July 11 at Lynchburg)
1974........ All-Stars 14, Salem 9 (July 11 at Salem)
1975........ Western Carolinas League 7, Carolina League 0
(July 24 at Rocky Mount)
1976........ Carolina League 11, Charleston (Intl League) 5
(Aug 20 at Salem)
1977........ Carolina League 9, Pawtucket (Intl League) 7
(Aug 4 at Winston-Salem)
1978........ Carolina League 5, Tidewater (Intl League) 4
(Aug 21 at Lynchburg)
1979........ Tidewater 9, Carolina League 2 (July 9 at Peninsula)
1980........ NC Division 3, VA Division 2, 10 innings (July 16 at Kinston)
1981........ North 9, South 3 (July 7 at Durham)
1982........ North 5, South 3 (June 29 at Alexandria)
1983........ South 5, North 2 (June 28 at Hagerstown)
1984........ South 11, North 6 (June 19 at Salem)
1985........ South 5, North 2 (July 17 at Winston-Salem)
1986........ North 3, South 1 (July 22 at Lynchburg)
1987........ South 4, North 1 (July 15 at Peninsula)
1988........ North 2, South 1 (July 20 at Kinston)
1989........ South 2, North 1 (July 18 at Durham)
1990........ South 5, North 4, 10 innings (July 18 at Prince William)
1991........ South 6, North 5 (July 24 at Frederick)
1992........ North 5, South 2 (July 22 at Salem)
1993........ North 6, South 3 (July 25 at Winston-Salem)
1994........ North 2, South 1 (July 20 at Wilmington)
1995........ North 8, South 3 (July 19 at Lynchburg)
1996........ Carolina League 2, California League 2, 11 innings
(June 18 at Rancho Cucamonga, CA)
1997........ California League 6, Carolina League 5 (June 17 at Durham)
1998........ North 5, South 2 (June 23 at Wilmington)
1999........ Carolina League 10, California League 6, 10 innings
(June 22 at Lake Elsinore, CA)
2000........ Carolina League 5, California League 4 (June 20 at Kinston)
2001.........California League 7, Carolina League 5 (June 19 at Lancaster, CA)
2002.........California League 3, Carolina League 3, 10 innings (June 18 at Wilmington)

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ALL-STAR
LEAGUE
GAME
DIRECTORY
RESULTS
2003.........Carolina League 5. California League 3, (June 24 at Rancho Cucamonga, CA)
2004.........California League 5. Carolina League 2 (June 29 at San Bernardino,CA)
2005.........Carolina League 8, California League 0 (June 28 at Frederick)
2006.........Carolina League 6, California League 3 (June 27 at Salem)
2007.........California League 10, Carolina League 5 (June 19 at Stockton, CA)
2008.........Carolina League 3, California League 0 (June 24 at Myrtle Beach)
2009.........California League 2, Carolina League 1, 10 innings (June 23 at
.
Lake Elsinore, CA)
2010.........California League 4, Carolina League 3 (June 22 at Myrtle Beach)
2011.........California League 6, Carolina League 1 (June 21 at Modesto, CA)

COMPOSITE STANDINGS
(66 years • 36,107 games)
City
Years
Wilmington
19
High Point-Thomasville 7
Kinston
48
Danville
15
Raleigh
19
Durham*
45
Winston-Salem
67
Myrtle Beach
13
Tidewater
6
Lynchburg
46
Greensboro
24
Frederick***
31
Peninsula %
27
Burlington
26
Reidsville
8
Salem
43
Potomac**
34
Wilson #
14
Rocky Mount
15
Asheville
1
Martinsville
5
Fayetteville
7
Leaksville
3
Red Springs
1
W. Carolinas League @ 2

W
1432
530
3506
1106
1369
3210
4724
912
424
3168
1684
2123
1841
1774
549
2953
2264
933
999
64
322
447
182
57
89

L
1209
463
3133
1016
1289
3058
4608
896
419
3195
1686
2170
1893
1858
584
3152
2445
1017
1096
74
383
542
237
84
155

Pct.
.542
.534
.528
.521
.515
.512
.507
.504
.503
.498
.499
.494
.493
.488
.485
.484
.481
.478
.477
.464
.457
.451
.435
.404
.365

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4
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* Durham includes Raleigh-Durham records 1968-71
** Potomac includes Alexandria records 1978-83 and Prince William records
1984–98
*** Frederick includes Hagerstown records 1981-88
# Wilson record includes Kinston-Wilson records 1957
% Peninsula includes Virginia record 1988
@ Carolina League and Western Carolinas League played an interlocking
schedule 1976-77

MAJOR LEAGUE AFFILIATIONS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Atlanta Braves
Baltimore Orioles
Boston Red Sox
Chicago Cubs
Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds
Cleveland Indians
Detroit Tigers
Houston Colt .45s/Astros
Kansas City A’s

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Kansas City Royals
Minnesota Twins
Montreal Expos
New York Giants
New York Mets
New York Yankees
Oakland A’s
Philadelphia A’s
Philadelphia Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

St. Louis Cardinals
San Diego Padres
Seattle Mariners
Texas Rangers
Toronto Blue Jays
Washington Senators
Colorado Rockies
Washington Nationals

(X)Co-op (players supplied by several major league clubs)
Note:

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SEASON CAPSULES
1945 SEASON
Club
Danville
Raleigh
Martinsville
Burlington

W
94
78
69
67

L
44
60
67
70

Pct.
.681
.565
.507
.489

Club
Leaksville
Winston-Salem
Durham
Greensboro

W
66
61
59
53

L
70
76
77
83

Pct
.485
.445
.434
.394

Playoffs: Raleigh beat Burlington, 4-3; Danville beat Martinsville, 4-2; Danville beat Raleigh, 4-1 • ATTENDANCE:
Raleigh-82,000; Danville-75,000; Durham-72,000; Winston-Salem-68,000; Greensboro-52,000; Burlington-50,000; Martinsville-37,000; Leaksville-30,000. Total-536,000. Playoffs-31,000. • MANAGERS: Danville-Herb Brett; Raleigh-Charlie Carroll;
Martinsville-Heinie Manush; Burlington-Tom Greenwade, Cy Perkins, Rube Wilson; Leaksville-Jackie Warner; Winston-SalemGeorge Ferrell; Durham-Floyd Patterson; Greensboro-Wes Ferrell, Charlie Eatman, Charlie Burgess, Johnny Allen. • ALL-STARS:
1B-Jerome Gutt, Martinsville. 2B-Aug Granzig, Leaksville. 3B-Richard Meyers, Burlington. SS-Jaime Almendro, Danville.
LF-Rudolph Adkins, Martinsville. CF-John Carenbauer, Danville. RF-Glen Brundis, Danville. C-Joe Borich, Winston-Salem.
RHP-Art Fowler, Danville. LHP-Bill Bustle, Leaksville. UTILITY-Paul Ellington, Raleigh. MGR-Herb Brett, Danville.

1946 SEASON
Club
Greensboro
Raleigh
Durham
Burlington

W
85
80
80
69

L
57
62
62
71

Pct.
.599
.563
.563
.493

Club
Winston-Salem (21)
Martinsville (18)
Danville
Leaksville

W
68
67
60
57

L
72
75
82
85

Pct
.486
.472
.423
.401

Playoffs: Durham Beat Greensboro, 4-2; Raleigh beat Burlington, 4-2; Raleigh beat Durham, 4-2 •
ATTENDANCE: Greensboro-171,801; Durham-151,392; Raleigh-145,021; Winston-Salem-127,000;
Danville-110,000; Burlington-103,000 Martinsville-66,000; Leaksville-67,000. Total-936,214. Playoffs-66,680. • MANAGERS: Greensboro-George Granger; Raleigh-Charlie Carroll, Ray Thomas;
Durham-Floyd Patterson; Burlington-Steve Bysco; Winston-Salem-Cecil (Zip) Payne; Martinsville-Cliff
Bolton, Tom Burnette; Danville-Herb Brett; Leaksville-Mickey O’Neal. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Jim Blair,
Burlington. 2B-Lee Mohr, Durham. 3B-Bill Hockenbury, Martinsville. SS-Hillard Nance, Martinsville.
LF-Woody Fair, Durham. CF-Tom Wright, Durham. RF-Gus Zernial, Burlington. C-Milton Welch,
Durham. RHP-Frank Paulin, Leaksville. LHP-Willard Speaks, Greensboro. UTILITY-Nig Lipscomb,
Greensboro. MGR-Floyd Patterson, Durham.

1947 SEASON
Club
Burlington
Winston-Salem (21)
Raleigh
Durham

W
87
85
81
70

L
55
57
60
71

Pct.
.613
.599
.574
.496

Club
Greensboro
Danville (14)
Leaksville
Martinsville (18)

W
65
65
59
53

L
75
77
82
88

Pct
.464
.458
.418
.376

Playoffs: Durham beat Winston-Salem, 4-2; Raleigh beat Burlington, 4-3; Raleigh beat Durham, 4-2. • ATTENDANCE: WinstonSalem-223,507; Durham-152,095; Raleigh-150,110; Greensboro-147,128; Burlington-140,138; Danville-105,700; Leaksville54,000; Martinsville-51,000. Total-1,023,678. Playoffs-77,028. • MANAGERS: Burlington-Buddy Bates; Winston-Salem-Cecil
(Zip) Payne; Raleigh-Ray Thomas; Durham-Willie Duke; Greensboro-Charlie Carroll, Rene Desorcy; Danville-Herb Brett, Gene
Petty; Leaksville-George Granger; Martinsville-Joe Glenn, Woody Wheaton. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Cecil Tyson, Durham. 2B-Jim
Burns, Greensboro and Burlington. 3B-Bill Nagel, Leaksville and Raleigh. SS-Walter (Teapot) Frye, Leaksville. LF-Willie Duke,
Durham. CF-Buddy Bates, Burlington. RF-Emile Showfety, Burlington and Greensboro. C-Harry Sullivan, Raleigh. RHP-Ken
Deal, Burlington. LHP-Harvey Haddix, Winston-Salem. UTILITY-Claude Swiggett, Burlington. MGR-Buddy Bates, Burlington.
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR-Harvey Haddix, Winston-Salem

1948 SEASON
Club
Raleigh
Martinsville (18)
Burlington
Danville

W
84
81
80
77

L
58
61
62
64

Pct.
.592
.570
.563
.546

Club
Winston-Salem (21)
Durham (8)
Reidsville
Greensboro

W
76
63
57
49

L
65
79
85
93

Pct
.539
.444
.401
.345

Playoffs: Burlington beat Raleigh, 4-2; Martinsville beat Danville, 4-1; Martinsville beat Burlington, 4-2. • ATTENDANCE:
Winston-Salem-141,664; Raleigh-125,000; Danville-104,000; Burlington-101,000; Durham-95,291; Greensboro-80,000;
Reidsville-71,509; Martinsville-59,481. Total-777,945. Playoffs-45,000. All-Star Game-3,961. • MANAGERS: Raleigh-Bill
Nagel, Glen Lockamy (June 26); Martinsville-Edwin Morgan; Burlington-Buddy Bates; Danville-Robert Latshaw, Woody Fair
(July 3); Winston-Salem-Cecil (Zip) Payne; Durham-Willie Duke; Reidsville-Barney DeForge, Tal Abernathy (May 22), Bill Nagel
(June 28); Greensboro-Rip Radcliff. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Eddie Morgan, Martinsville. 2B-Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Durham.
3B-George Wright, Martinsville. SS-Walter (Teapot) Frye, Winston-Salem. LF-Russell Sullivan, Danville. CF-Buddy Bates,
Burlington. RF-Emile Showfety, Greensboro. C-Joe Krazter, Martinsville. RHP-Al Henencheck, Raleigh. LHP-Lewis Hester,
Reidsville. UTILITY-Claude Swiggett, Burlington. MGR-Buddy Bates, Burlington. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR-Russell Sullivan,
Danville. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Lewis Hester, Reidsville.

Teams with no code operated as independents, signing their own players
without any major league affiliation.

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SEASON CAPSULES
1949 SEASON

Club
Danville
Winston-Salem (21)
Raleigh
Burlington

W
86
84
76
72

L
57
61
68
72

Pct.
.601
.579
.528
.500

Club
Greensboro
Durham (8)
Reidsville
Martinsville (18)

W
72
70
63
52

L
73
72
80
92

Pct
.497
.493
.441
.361

Playoffs: Burlington beat Danville, 4-2; Raleigh beat Winston-Salem, 4-0; Burlington beat Raleigh, 4-3. • ATTENDANCE:
Winston-Salem-153,110; Greensboro-147,501; Durham-118,356; Raleigh-94,348; Danville-84,471; Burlington-83,150; Reidsville-76,114; Martinsville-32,489. Total-789,539. Playoffs-47,477. All-Star Game-5,337. • MANAGERS: Danville-Woody
Fair; Winston-Salem-Willie Duke, Roland LeBlanc (June 13); Raleigh-Glen Lockamy, Charles Cronin (June 9); Burlington-Buddy
Bates, Herb Crompton (July 22); Greensboro-Wes Ferrell, Fred Vaughn (July 1), Buddy Bates (July 22); Durham-Ace Parker;
Reidsville-John George, George Souter (May 2), Harry Hatch (May 10), Cecil (Zip) Payne (July 22); Martinsville-George Staller.
• ALL-STARS: 1B-Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville. 2B-Mike Haenecker, Burlington. 3B-Don Siegert, Raleigh. SS-Walter
(Teapot) Frye, Winston-Salem. LF-Carl Linhart, Durham. CF-William Brown, Danville. RF-Dick Sipek, Reidsville. C-Hugh
Taylor, Danville. RHP-Mike Forline, Reidsville. LHP-Eddie Neville, Durham. UTILITY-Woody Fair, Danville. MGR-Ace Parker,
Durham. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Leo (Muscle) Shoals, Reidsville.

1950 SEASON

Club
Winston-Salem (21)
Danville
Burlington
Reidsville

W
106
87
83
82

L
47
66
70
72

Pct.
.693
.569
.542
.532

Club
Greensboro
Durham (8)
Raleigh
Fayetteville (18)

W
78
73
55
47

L
74
79
97
106

Pct
.513
.480
.362
.307

Playoffs: Winston-Salem beat Reidsville, 3-2; Burlington beat Danville, 3-1; Winston-Salem beat Burlington, 4-1. • ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem-172,895; Greensboro-132,554; Reidsville-87,490; Danville-85,323; Burlington-82,834; Durham80,834; Fayetteville-63,400; Raleigh-52,721. Total-738,051. Playoffs-34,730. • MANAGERS: Winston-Salem-George Kissell;
Danville-Ben Chapman; Burlington-Herbert Crompton; Reidsville-Herb Brett; Greensboro-Buddy Bates; Durham-Ace Parker;
Raleigh-Wes Livengood; Fayetteville-Mule Haas, Tom Oliver (May 18). • ALL-STARS: 1B-Neil Hertwick, Winston-Salem.
2B-Fred Vaughn, Greensboro. 3B-Bucky Jacobs, Danville. SS-Mike Romello, Danville. LF-Russell Rac, Winston-Salem. CF-Bill
Evans, Burlington. RF-Buster Maynard, Burlington. C-Al Spaziano, Burlington. RHP-Woody Rich, Greensboro. LHP-Wilmer
(Vinegar Bend) Mizell, Winston-Salem. UTILITY-Claude Swiggett, Greensboro. MGR-George Kissell, Winston-Salem. PLAYER
OF THE YEAR-Bill Evans, Burlington.

1951 SEASON

Club
Durham (8)
Winston-Salem (21)
Raleigh
Reidsville

W
84
81
78
76

L
56
58
62
64

Pct.
.600
.583
.557
.543

Club
Greensboro (4)
Danville
Fayetteville (18)
Burlington (20)

W
67
66
59
47

L
73
73
79
93

Pct
.479
.475
.428
.336

Playoffs: Winston-Salem beat Raleigh, 4-0; Reidsville beat Durham 4-1; Winston-Salem beat Reidsville, 4-1. • ATTENDANCE:
Winston-Salem-100,988; Durham-93,766; Raleigh-80,976; Danville-68,031; Greensboro-67,953; Reidsville-61,841; Fayetteville-55,760; Burlington-42,685. Total-572,000. Playoffs-21,182. All-Star Game-4,378. • MANAGERS: Durham-Ace Parker;
Winston-Salem-Harold Olt; Raleigh-Joe (Ducky) Medwick; Reidsville-Herb Brett; Greensboro-Robert Peterson; Danville-Bob
Latshaw; Fayetteville-M.C. (Red) Norris; Burlington-Red Barrett, Michael Kash. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Joe Cunningham, WinstonSalem. 2B-Bill Romano, Greensboro. 3B-Ray Jablonski, Winston-Salem. SS-Hank Navarro, Durham. LF-John Baumgartner,
Durham. CF-Dick Sipek, Reidsville. RF-Carl Miller, Reidsville. C-Dick Rand, Winston-Salem. RHP-Mike Forline, Reidsville.
LHP-Bill Bustle, Danville. UTILITY-Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Raleigh. MGR-Ace Parker, Durham. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Ray
Jablonski, Winston-Salem.

1952 SEASON

Club
Raleigh
Durham (8)
Winston-Salem (21)
Reidsville

W
79
76
74
74

L
57
59
63
64

Pct.
.581
.563
.540
.536

Club
Greensboro (4)
Danville (26)
Fayetteville (18)
Burlington (20)

W
70
65
63
45

L
64
74
73
92

Pct
.522
.468
.463
.328

Playoffs: Reidsville beat Raleigh, 3-0; Durham beat Winston-Salem, 3-0; Reidsville beat Durham, 4-0. • ATTENDANCE:
Raleigh-76,566; Greensboro-74,593; Durham-68,422; Danville-63,721; Winston-Salem-60,118; Reidsville-59,014; Fayetteville-58,203; Burlington-42,236. Total-502,843. Playoffs-16,147. All-Star Game-5,350. • MANAGERS: Raleigh-Herb Brett;
Durham-Ace Parker; Winston-Salem-Harold Olt, James Brown (June 21); Reidsville-Ralph Hodgin; Greensboro-Kemp Wicker;
Danville-Morris Aderhold; Fayetteville-Bucky Detweller, Red Norris (June 10); Burlington-Jerry Gardner. • ALL-STARS: 1BPaul Owens, Winston-Salem. 2B-Lawrence (Crash) Davis, Raleigh. 3B-Bucky Jacobs, Raleigh. SS-Jimmy Edwards, Fayetteville.
OF-Emil Karlik, Durham; Joe Pancoe, Reidsville; Chick King, Durham. C-Ralph Caldwell, Durham. RHP-Leonard Matarazzo,
Fayetteville. LHP-Eddie Neville, Durham. UTIL.INF-Walter (Teapot) Frye, Reidsville. UTIL.OF-Bob Riga, Greensboro. MGR-Herb
Brett, Raleigh. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Leonard Matarazzo, Fayetteville.

1953 SEASON

Club
Raleigh
Danville (14)
Burlington (20)
Reidsville

92

W
83
79
75
73

L
57
59
65
66

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Pct.
.593
.572
.536
.525

Club
Greensboro (3)
Winston-Salem (21)
Durham (8)
Fayetteville (18)

W
70
69
64
44

L
70
70
75
95

Pct
.500
.496
.460
.317

SEASON CAPSULES
Playoffs: Danville beat Burlington, 3-1; Reidsville beat Raleigh, 3-2; Danville beat Reidsville, 4-2. • ATTENDANCE: Danville84,494; Raleigh-75,130; Burlington-71,708; Greensboro-68,549; Reidsville-61,377; Durham-53,823; Winston-Salem-53,700;
Fayetteville-40,090. Total-508,871. All-Star Game-3,125. • MANAGERS: Raleigh-Herb Brett; Danville-Andy Gilbert; Burlington-Stan Wentzel; Reidsville-Ralph Hodgin; Greensboro-Eddie Popowski; Winston-Salem-Jimmy Brown; Durham-Marv Owen;
Fayetteville-Buck Etchison, William Bergeron (May 8), Robert Eiziminger (June 17), Kemp Wicker (July 9). • ALL-STARS:
1B-Bill Radulovich, Durham. 2B-Joe Rovner, Danville. 3B-Robert Caldwell, Danville. SS-Don Buddin, Greensboro. OF-Jack
Hussey, Raleigh; Bob Honor, Burlington; Jack Mitchell, Reidsville. C-Ed Sadowski, Greensboro; Bill Robertson, Fayetteville
(tie). LHP-Eddie Neville, Durham. RHP-Ramon Monzant, Danville. UTIL.INF-Jimmy Edwards, Raleigh. UTIL.OF-Rudy Tanner,
Raleigh. MGR-Herb Brett, Raleigh. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Ramon Monzant, Danville.

1954 SEASON
Club
Fayetteville
Burlington (20)
Greensboro (3)
Durham (8)

W
86
82
79
70

L
51
56
59
68

Pct.
.628
.594
.572
.507

Club
Danville (14)
Hi-Toms (6)
Reidsville
Winston-Salem

W
70
66
56
44

L
69
73
83
94

Pct
.504
.475
.403
.319

Playoffs: Fayetteville beat Durham, 3-1; Burlington beat Greensboro, 3-2; Fayetteville beat Burlington, 4-1. • ATTENDANCE:
Greensboro-81,697; Fayetteville-74,304; Hi-Toms-65,403; Burlington-59,923; Danville-49,863; Durham-49,398; WinstonSalem-44,380; Reidsville-28,321. Total-453,199. Playoffs-22,222. All-Star Game-3,433. • MANAGERS: Fayetteville-Hugh
Taylor, Aaron Robinson (July 13); Burlinton-Stan Wentzel; Greensboro-Eddie Popowski; Durham-Charlie Metro; Danville-Andy
Gilbert; Hi-Toms-Tom Reis, Fred Lanifero (June 10); Reidsville-Fred Harrington; Winston-Salem-Ralph Hodgin, Herb Brett (June
8). • ALL-STARS: 1B-James Pokel, Fayetteville. 2B-Jake Charvat, Greensboro. 3B-Eugene Hassell, Burlington. SS-John
Pfeiffer, Greensboro. LF-Dewey Benson, Fayetteville. CF-George Bullard, Durham. RF-Jack Hussey, Fayetteville. C-Guy Morton,
Greensboro. LHP-Bob Cruze, Durham. RHP-Harry Gilbert, Burlington. UTIL.INF-Melvin Collins, Danville. UTIL.OF-Bill Evans,
Reidsville. MGR-Stan Wentzel, Burlington. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Guy Morton, Greensboro.

1955 SEASON
Club
Hi-Toms (6)
Danville (14)
Fayetteville (2)
Durham (8)

W
80
73
70
69

L
58
64
67
69

Pct.
.580
.533
.511
.500

Club
Reidsville (19)
Greensboro (3)
Winston-Salem (16)
Burlington (20)

W
68
66
65
60

L
70
72
73
78

Pct
.493
.478
.471
.435

Playoffs: Danville beat Fayetteville, 4-1; Hi-Toms beat Durham, 4-3; Danville beat Hi-Toms, 4-2. • ATTENDANCE:
Danville-78,341; Hi-Toms-67,003; Greensboro-58,282; Fayetteville-52,236; Winston-Salem-45,954; Durham-40,965; Reidsville-38,181; Burlington-33,605. Total-414,557. Playoffs-18,301. All-Star Game-3,110. • MANAGERS: Hi-Toms-James
Brown; Danville-Andy Gilbert; Fayetteville-Aaron Robinson, Jack McKeon (June 11), Jack Sanford (Aug 6); Durham-Frank Skaff;
Reidsville-Charlie Gassaway; Greensboro-Elmer Yoter; Winston-Salem-Ken Silvestri, Aaron Robinson (Aug 1); Burlington-Larry
Dorton. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Harold Holland, Danville. 2B-Bill Ford, Hi-Toms; Bobby Beier, Danville (tie). 3B-Bucky Jacobs,
Fayetteville. SS-Mel Collins, Danville. OF-Danny Morejon, Hi-Toms; Dick McCarthy, Greensboro; Al Viotto, Fayetteville. CCharlie Lau, Durham; Larry Dorton, Burlington (tie). RHP-Woody Rich, Hi-Toms and Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms. LHP-John Fitzgerald,
Danville and Max Simmons, Durham. UTIL.INF-Fred Harrington, Hi-Toms. UTIL.OF-Joe Cristello, Fayetteville. MGR-Jimmy
Brown, Hi-Toms. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Danny Morejon, Hi-Toms.

1956 SEASON
Club
Hi-Toms (6)
Durham (8)
Danville (14)
Fayetteville (7)

W
91
84
83
78

L
63
69
69
71

Pct.
.591
.549
.546
.523

Club
Greensboro (3)
Wilson (19)
Kinston (20)
Winston-Salem (16)

W
75
72
66
59

L
79
79
87
91

Pct
.487
.477
.431
.398

Playoffs: Fayetteville beat Hi-Toms, 3-0; Danville beat Durham, 3-1; Fayetteville beat Danville, 4-2. • ATTENDANCE: WinstonSalem-81,117; Wilson-80,409; Danville-75,688; Hi-Toms-64,625; Fayetteville-49,212; Durham-41,934; Greensboro-39,738;
Kinston-37,834. Total-470,557. Playoffs-12,948. All-Star Games-3,583 and 1,751. • MANAGERS: Hi-Toms-Bert Haas;
Durham-Johnny Pesky; Danville-Salty Parker; Fayetteville-Dutch Meyer; Greensboro-Eddie Popowski; Wilson-Charlie Gassaway;
Kinston-Jack Paepke, Tex Taylor (Aug 22); Winston-Salem-George Hausman, Lee Peterson (July 20). • ALL-STARS: 1B-Willie
McCovey, Danville. 2B-Billy Joe Ford, Hi-Toms. 3B-Doug Hubacek, Greensboro. SS-John Pfeiffer, Greensboro. OF-Leon Wagner,
Danville; Curt Flood, Hi-Toms; Carl Long, Kinston. C-Jim Coker, Wilson; Stan Grossman, Danville (tie). P-Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms;
Larry Dresen, Fayetteville; Orlando Pena, Hi-Toms; Pinky Wilson, Fayetteville. UTIL.INF-Don Montgomery, Fayetteville. UTIL.
OF-Curt Hardaway, Winston-Salem. MGR-Johnny Pesky, Durham. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Curt Flood, Hi-Toms.

1957 SEASON
FIRST HALF
Durham (8)
Winston-Salem (21)
Greensboro (3)
Hi-Toms (19)
Danville (14)
Kinston-Wilson (26)

W
43
40
36
33
28
21

L
25
27
31
33
39
46

Pct.
.632
.597
.537
.500
.418
.313

SECOND HALF
Hi-Toms
Greensboro
Durham
Danville
Winston-Salem
Wilson

W
46
40
36
35
32
30

L
28
33
36
38
41
43

Pct
.622
.548
.500
.479
.438
.411

(Kinston franchise moved to Wilson, May 11) • Playoffs: Durham beat Hi-Toms, 4-3. • ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem101,000; Danville-61,987; Kinston-Wilson-51,500; Greensboro-49,798; Durham-46,848; Hi-Toms-46,755. Total-357,888.
Playoff-7,758. All-Star Game-1,964. • MANAGERS: Durham-Bobby Mavis; Hi-Toms-Frank Lucchesi; Greensboro-Len

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SEASON CAPSULES

SEASON CAPSULES

Okrie; Winston-Salem-George Kissell; Danville-Dave Garcia, Mike McCormick (July 27); Wilson-Pete Suder. • ALL-STARS:
1B-Ino Rodriguez, Danville. 2B-Billy Joe Ford, Hi-Toms. 3B-Leroy Bradley, Greensboro. SS-Frank Kostro, Durham. OF-Fred
Van Dusen, Hi-Toms; Robert Perry, Danville; Bubba Morton, Durham. C-Dick Harris, Hi-Toms; Jack Feller, Durham. P-Reggie
Lee, Danville; David Reed, Durham; Arthur Hirst, Hi-Toms; George Morton, Winston-Salem; Bill Lore, Greensboro. UTIL.INFFred Harrington, Hi-Toms. UTIL.OF-Gene Oliver, Winston-Salem. MGR-Bobby Mavis, Durham. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Fred
Van Dusen, Hi-Toms.

1962 SEASON

1958 SEASON

PLAYOFFS: Kinston beat Winston-Salem, 2-1; Durham beat Burlington, 2-0; Kinston beat Durham, 4-3. • ATTENDANCE:
Kinston-141,227; Winston-Salem-75,038; Durham-71,050; Rocky Mount-53,651; Wilson-40,669; Greensboro-38,109;
Burlington-30,226; Raleigh-29,552. Total-479,522. Playoffs-16,968. All-Star Game-2,799. • MANAGERS: Durham-Lou
Fitzgerald; Kinston-Harding (Pete) Peterson; Winston-Salem-Eddie Popowski; Burlington-Gene Verble; Greensboro-Vern Rapp,
Steve Souchock (Aug 11); Wilson-Harry Warner; Rocky Mount-Hershell Freeman, Jack Cassini (July 10); Raleigh-Archie Wilson.
• ALL-STARS: 1B-Rusty Staub, Durham. 2B-Cesar Tovar, Rocky Mount. 3B-Tony Perez, Rocky Mount. SS-Rico Petrocelli,
Winston-Salem. OF-Ron Flender, Rocky Mount; Ronnie Davis, Durham; Ed Napoleon, Kinston; Jim Gosger, Winston-Salem; Bert
Barth, Rocky Mount. C-Buddy Booker, Burlington; Clint Courtney, Durham. P-Steve Blass, Kinston; Wally Wolf, Durham; Mel
Stottlemyre, Greensboro; Frank Bork, Kinston; Jimmy Roland, Wilson. UTILITY-Glenn Vaughan, Durham. MGR-Lou Fitzgerald,
Durham. ROOKIE and PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Rusty Staub, Durham.

Danville (14)
Hi-Toms (19)
Greensboro (16)
Burlington (7)

W
80
76
75
70

L
59
63
64
67

Pct.
.575
.547
.540
.511

Winston-Salem (21)
Raleigh (3)
Wilson (2)
Durham (8)

W
69
63
60
58

L
68
73
78
79

Pct
.504
.463
.435
.423

Playoffs: Burlington beat Danville, 2-1; Greensboro beat Hi-Toms, 2-1; Burlington beat Greensboro, 2-1. • ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem-90,151; Greensboro-64,874; Danville-58,306; Wilson-56,163; Raleigh-42,089; Burlington-40,978; Hi-Toms-40,175;
Durham-31,218. Total-423,954. All-Star Game-1,878. • MANAGERS: Danville-Bobby Hofman; Hi-Toms-Frank Lucchesi;
Greensboro-Vern Hoscheit; Burlington-Pinky May; Winston-Salem-Vern Benson; Raleigh-Len Okrie; Wilson-Bob Hooper, Bernard
Lutz (July 29); Durham-Charlie Kress. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Jim Johnston, Greensboro. 2B-Gene Elliot, Burlington. 3B-Joe Theis,
Raleigh. SS-Ronald Kabbes, Winston-Salem. OF-Jackie Davis, Hi-Toms; Fred Valentine, Wilson; Manny Mota, Danville. C-Bob
Tillman, Raleigh; Jack Bowen, Durham. P-Jack Taylor, Hi-Toms; Roland Passaro, Winston-Salem; Chris Short, Hi-Toms; Don
Hyman, Danville. UTIL-INF-Bert Barth, Wilson. UTIL.OF-Robin Coffman, Danville. MGR-Vern Hoscheit, Greensboro and Pinky
May, Burlington (tie). ROOKIE OF THE YEAR-Jackie Davis, Hi-Toms. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Fred Valentine, Wilson.

1959 SEASON
Raleigh (3)
Wilson (20)
Durham (8)

W
78
71
70

L
52
58
60

Pct.
.600
.550
.538

Winston-Salem (21)
Greensboro (16)
Burlington (7)

W
67
54
49

L
62
76
81

Pct
.519
.415
.377

Playoffs: Wilson beat Durham, 3-0; Raleigh beat Winston-Salem, 2-0; Wilson beat Raleigh, 4-0. • ATTENDANCE: WinstonSalem-77,157; Burlington-67,874; Wilson-54,922; Raleigh-51,278; Greensboro-39,408; Durham-32,039. Total-322,678.
Playoffs-11,369. • MANAGERS: Raleigh-Ken Deal; Wilson-Harding (Pete) Peterson, Don Osborn (temporary); Durham-Frank
Skaff; Winston-Salem-Al Unser; Greensboro-Vern Hoscheit; Burlington-Pinky May. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Fred Whitfield, Winston-Salem. 2B-Carl Yastrzemski, Raleigh. 3B-Mike White, Burlington. SS-Dick McAuliffe, Durham. OF-Don Lock, Greensboro;
George Watts, Wilson; Tom Agosta, Raleigh; Danny Briner, Durham. C-Joe Theis, Raleigh; Harding (Pete) Peterson, Wilson.
P-Bob Veale, Wilson; Bill Spanswick, Raleigh; Frank Carpin, Greensboro; Warren Hodgdon, Raleigh. UTIL.INF-Yogi Hergenrader,
Raleigh. MGR-Ken Deal, Raleigh. ROOKIE and PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Carl Yastrzemski, Raleigh.

1960 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
Greensboro (16)
Raleigh (3)
Wilson (26)
Winston-Salem (21)
Durham (8)
Burlington (7)

W
48
42
36
30
26
26

L
22
27
34
39
42
44

Pct.
.686
.609
.514
.435
.382
.371

SECOND HALF
Burlington
Wilson
Greensboro
Durham
Winston-Salem
Raleigh

W
41
37
36
31
31
28

L
29
31
33
36
37
38

Pct
.586
.544
.522
.463
.456
.424

Durham (9)
Kinston( 20)
Winston-Salem (3)
Burlington (7)

W
89
83
76
66

1963 SEASON

EASTERN DIVISION W
Kinston (20)
77
Wilson (12)
77
Rocky Mount (6)
72
Tidewater
65
Peninsula (26)
58

L
51
57
64
74

L
66
67
72
79
86

Pct.
.636
.593
.543
.471

Pct.
.538
.535
.500
.451
.403

Greensboro (16)
Wilson (12)
Rocky Mount (6)
Raleigh (26)

WESTERN DIVISION
Greensboro (16)
Durham (9)
Burlington (7)
Winston-Salem (3)
Raleigh (15)

W
65
65
60
56

W
85
78
77
67
62

L
75
75
80
84

L
59
65
66
76
82

Pct
.464
.464
.429
.400

Pct.
.590
.545
.538
.469
.431

PLAYOFFS: Wilson beat Kinston, 3-0; Greensboro beat Durham, 3-2; Wilson beat Greensboro, 2-1. • ATTENDANCE:
Kinston-119,346; Tidewater-63,468; Burlington-62,704; Rocky Mount-53,023; Peninsula-50,171; Durham-47,453; Wilson44,789; Greensboro-44,556; Winston-Salem-43,481; Raleigh-34,309. Total-563,300. Playoffs-9,524. All-Star Game-1,322.
• MANAGERS: Wilson-Ralph Rowe; Greensboro-Frank Verdi; Kinston-Harding (Pete) Peterson; Durham-Billy Goodman;
Burlington-Patrick Colgan; Rocky Mount-John (Red) Davis; Winston-Salem-Matt Sczesny, Bill Slack (July 5); Tidewater-Allen Jones; Raleigh-Clyde McCullough, Tommy Byrne (July 29); Peninsula-Archie Wilson. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Luke Vasser,
Wilson, 2B-Roy White, Greensboro. 3B-Ron Clark, Wilson. SS-Len Boehmer, Rocky Mount. OF-Don Bosch, Kinston; Joe
Wilson, Rocky Mount; Lou Piniella, Peninsula; Walt Matthews, Durham. C-Jim Price, Kinston; Tom Kowalowski, Greensboro.
P-Sherman (Roadblock) Jones, Raleigh; Chuck Kovach, Burlington; George Pressley, Burlington; Gerald Merz, Rocky Mount.
UTILITY-Gene Michael, Kinston. MGR-Patrick Colgan, Burlington. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR-Lou Piniella, Peninsula. PLAYER
OF THE YEAR-Jim Price, Kinston.

1964 SEASON

EASTERN DIVISION W
Kinston (20)
79
Tidewater (5)
75
Peninsula (6)
61
Rocky Mount (26)
61
Wilson (12)
57

L
59
63
76
77
82

Pct.
.572
.543
.445
.442
.410

WESTERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (3)
Greensboro (16)
Raleigh (21)
Burlington (7)
Durham (9)

W
82
76
76
68
54

L
57
61
62
70
82

Pct.
.590
.555
.551
.493
.397

Playoffs: Greensboro beat Burlington, 4-1. • ATTENDANCE: Greensboro-97,594; Winston-Salem-76,888; Wilson-45,447;
Burlington-44,159; Raleigh-30,505; Durham-30,005. Total-324,598. Playoff-6,578. All-Star Game-2,502. • MANAGERS:
Greensboro-Hal Charnofsky; Wilson-Jack McKeon; Raleigh-Ken Deal; Burlington-Pinky May; Winston-Salem-Chase Riddle;
Durham-Frank (Stubby) Overmire. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Gene Davis, Wilson. 2B-Joe Teague, Burlington. 3B-Ed Olivares,
Winston-Salem. SS-Phil Linz, Greensboro. OF-Mitchell June, Burlington; Fred Carpenter, Greensboro; Juan Visteur, Wilson;
Andy Kosco, Durham. C-John Sullivan, Durham; Bob Rikard, Wilson. P-Lee Stange, Wilson; Jim Bouton, Greensboro; Johny
Seale, Durham; Joe Kaiser, Wilson. UTILITY-Jim Burton, Wilson. MGR-Pinky May, Burlington. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR-Andy
Kosco, Durham. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Ed Olivares, Winston-Salem.

PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem beat Greensboro, 2-0; Tidewater beat Kinston, 2-0; Winston-Salem beat Tidewater, 2-0. •
ATTENDANCE: Kinston-101,915; Tidewater-83,255; Greensboro-58,528; Rocky Mount-55,561; Winston-Salem-55,361;
Raleigh-52,620; Burlington-48,003; Peninsula-38,020; Durham-30,631; Wilson-24,599. Total-548,493. Playoffs-6,484.
All-Star Game-2,020. • MANAGERS: Winston-Salem-Bill Slack; Kinston-Harding (Pete) Peterson; Greensboro-Loren
Babe; Raleigh-George Kissell; Tidewater-Allen Jones; Burlington-Bill Herring; Peninsula-Jack Cassini; Rocky Mount-Owen
Friend; Wilson-Ralph Rowe; Durham-Billy Goodman, Walt Matthews. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Ron Durham, Burlington. 2B-Stan
Swanson, Peninsula. 3B-Jose (Coco) Laboy, Raleigh. SS-Chet Trail, Greensboro. OF-Steve Whitaker, Greensboro; Mike Page,
Winston-Salem; Sam Parrilla, Burlington; Ed Stroud, Tidewater, C-Jim French, Rocky Mount; Tommy Smith, Raleigh. P-Casey
Cox, Rocky Mount; Dan Hagen, Raleigh; Mario Pagano, Winston-Salem; Chuck Holle, Wilson. UTILITY-Bill Tarrolly, Wilson.
MGR-Bill Slack, Winston-Salem. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Ed Stroud, Tidewater.

1961 SPLIT SEASON

1965 SEASON

FIRST HALF
Wilson (12)
Durham (8)
Greensboro (16)
Winston-Salem (3)
Burlington (7)
Raleigh (15)

W
41
35
34
33
32
31

L
28
33
35
37
36
37

Pct.
.594
.515
.493
.471
.470
.456

SECOND HALF
Wilson
Burlington
Greensboro
Winston-Salem
Durham
Raleigh

W
42
39
36
35
30
27

L
28
30
33
35
40
43

Pct
.600
.565
.533
.500
.429
.386

PLAYOFFS: Wilson won both halves making a playoff unecessary. • ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem-70,236; Greensboro-61,017;
Wilson-37,893; Durham-33,235; Burlington-32,405; Raleigh-26,480. Total-261,266. All-Star Game-2,240. • MANAGERS:
Wilson-Jack McKeon; Burlington-Bill Herring, Walt Novick (July 16); Greensboro-Wayne Terwilliger; Winston-Salem-Elmer Yoter,
Matt Sczesny (June 28); Durham-Al Lakeman; Raleigh-Enos Slaughter. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Chuck Reidell, Greensboro. 2B-Rufus
Anderson, Durham. 3B-Gene Domzalski, Greensboro. SS-Orlando Martinez, Wilson. OF-Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson; Gates Brown,
Durham; Dean Robbins, Winston-Salem; Ron Solomini, Greensboro. C-Joe McCabe, Wilson; Duke Sims, Burlington. P-Bill MacLeod,
Winston-Salem; Al Eisele, Burlington; Dick Klunder, Durham; Norm Forsythe, Greensboro. UTILITY-Ron Retton, Greensboro. MGR-Jack
McKeon, Wilson. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR-Bill MacLeod, Winston-Salem. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Chuck Weatherspoon, Wilson.

94

CAROLINA LEAGUE

EASTERN DIVISION W
Peninsula (6)
86
Tidewater (5)
76
Kinston (20)
72
Wilson (12)
68
Rocky Mount (8)
62

L
58
68
71
75
82

Pct.
.597
.528
.503
.476
.430

WESTERN DIVISION W
Durham (9)
83
Greensboro (16)
79
Winston-Salem (3)
65
Raleigh (21)
64
Burlington (26)
63

L
60
65
79
79
81

Pct.
.580
.549
.451
.448
.438

PLAYOFFS: Tidewater beat Peninsula, 2-1; Durham beat Greensboro, 2-1; Tidewater beat Durham, 2-0. • ATTENDANCE: Peninsula-102,424; Kinston-90,274; Greensboro-86,423; Tidewater-61,667; Winston-Salem-43,921; Rocky Mount-41,798; Burlington36,391; Raleigh-36,221; Durham-34,956; Wilson-26,850. Total-560,925. Playoffs-7,811. All-Star Game-2,046. • MANAGERS:
Tidewater-Allen Jones; Peninsula-Jack Cassini, Pinky May (June 7); Durham-Dave Philley; Greensboro-Lamar North; Kinston-Bob
Clear; Wilson-Vern Morgan; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack; Raleigh-Ray Hathaway; Burlington-Owen Friend; Rocky Mount-Al Lakeman.
• ALL-STARS: 1B-Mike Derrick, Kinston. 2B-Jose Herrera, Durham, 3B-Ron Boyer, Greensboro. SS-Bobby Murcer, Greensboro.
OF-Ed Stroud, Tidewater; Teolindo Acosta, Peninsula; Mike Maloney, Burlington. C-Paul Casanova, Burlington; Eliseo Rodriguez,
Greensboro. P-Dock Ellis, Kinston; Marv Dutt, Durham; Jim Morio, Peninsula; Jack DiLauro, Rocky Mount. UTIL.INF-Tony Torchia,
Winston-Salem. UTIL.OF-Felix DeLeon, Raleigh. MGR-Pinky May, Peninsula. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Bobby Murcer, Greensboro.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

95

SEASON CAPSULES
1966 SEASON

EASTERN DIVISION W
Kinston (1)
76
Rocky Mount (8)
72
Wilson (12)
72
Peninsula (6)
63
Tidewater (19)
58

L
63
63
65
75
81

Pct.
.547
.533
.526
.457
.417

WESTERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (3)
Burlington (26)
Raleigh (20)
Lynchburg (5)
Greensboro (16)
Durham (9)

W
82
76
71
64
64
62

L
58
62
66
75
76
76

Pct.
.586
.551
.518
.460
.457
.449

PLAYOFFS: Rocky Mount beat Kinston, 2-0; Winston-Salem beat Burlington, 2-0; Rocky Mount beat Winston-Salem, 2-0. •
ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem-80,024; Peninsula-74,366; Kinston-68,757; Greensboro-43,204; Tidewater-42,182; Rocky
Mount-34,004; Lynchburg-33,805; Durham-32,023; Raleigh-25,562; Wilson-23,501; Burlington-22,041. Total-479,469.
Playoffs-5,344. All-Star Game-4,891. • MANAGERS: Winston-Salem-Bill Slack; Kinston-Andy Pafko; Burlington-Wayne
Terwilliger; Rocky-Mount-Al Federoff; Wilson-Vern Morgan; Raleigh-Joe Morgan; Lynchburg-Ira Hutchinson; PeninsulaPinky May; Greensboro-Gary Blaylock; Durham-Chuck Churn; Tidewater-Bobby Morgan, Lou Kahn (July 24). • ALL-STARS:
1B-Jose Calero, Winston-Salem. 2B-Rod Carew, Wilson. 3B-Juan Guzma, Kinston. SS-Alberto Cambero, Kinston. OF-Jerry
Dorsch, Winston-Salem; Barry Morgan, Kinston; Richard Billings, Burlington. C-Johnny Bench, Peninsula; Manny Sanguillen, Raleigh. P-Robbie Snow, Winston-Salem; Dick Drago, Rocky Mount; Dan Lazar, Lynchburg; Francis Pollard, Tidewater.
UTIL.INF-Al Oliver, Raleigh. UTIL.OF-Richard Smith, Burlington. MGR-Joe Morgan, Raleigh. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Robbie
Snow, Winston-Salem.

1967 SEASON

EASTERN DIVISION W
Raleigh (20)
77
Peninsula (10)
74
Rocky Mount (8)
74
Tidewater (19)
70
Wilson (12)
61
Kinston (1)
60

L
65
64
68
68
72
75

Pct.
.542
.536
.521
.507
.459
.444

WESTERN DIVISION
Durham (15)
Winston-Salem (3)
Burlington (26)
Lynchburg (5)
Greensboro (16)
Asheville (9)

W
74
69
70
68
66
64

L
64
68
69
68
72
74

Pct.
.536
.504
.504
.500
.478
.464

PLAYOFFS: East-Tidewater beat Peninsula, 1-0; Raleigh beat Rocky Mount, 1-0; Tidewater beat Raleigh, 2-0. West-Durham
beat Burlington, 1-0; Lynchburg beat Winston-Salem, 1-0; Durham beat Lynchburg, 2-0. Finals-Durham beat Tidewater,
2-1. • ATTENDANCE: Peninsula-89,857; Kinston-61,905; Greensboro-54,680; Tidewater-53,097; Winston-Salem-45,665;
Raleigh-45,344; Lynchburg-38,970; Asheville-34,279; Rocky-Mount-33,666; Burlington-24,785; Durham-24,210; Wilson20,108. Total-526,566. Playoffs-6,683. All-Star Game-3,771. • MANAGERS: Raleigh-Joe Morgan; Peninsula-Gus Niarhos;
Kinston-Andy Pafko; Tidewater-Bob Wellman; Wilson-Vern Morgan; Durham-Clyde McCullough; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack;
Asheville-Chuck Churn; Burlington-Len Johnston; Lynchburg-Stan Wasiak; Rocky Mount-Al Federoff; Greensboro-Bob Bauer.
• ALL-STARS: 1B-Ron Allen, Tidewater. 2B-Bobby Heise, Durham. 3B-Duncan Campbell, Raleigh. SS-Don Money, Raleigh.
OF-Danny Walton, Asheville; Larry Hisle, Tidewater; Jim Holt, Peninsula. C-Hal King, Asheville. P-Harold Clem, Raleigh; Gary
Jones, Greensboro. MGR-Clyde McCullough, Durham. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Don Money, Raleigh.

1968 SEASON

EASTERN DIVISION W
Raleigh-Durham (15)
83
Tidewater (19)
80
Peninsula (17)
75
Wilson (12)
71
Rocky Mount (8)
70
Kinston (16)
62

L
56
60
65
68
70
75

Pct.
.597
.571
.536
.511
.500
.453

WESTERN DIVISION
Salem (20)
Hi-Toms (X)
Lynchburg (5)
Greensboro (9)
Winston-Salem (3)
Burlington (26)

W
85
69
68
61
56
56

L
55
71
72
79
81
84

Pct.
.607
.493
.486
.436
.409
.400

PLAYOFFS: East-Raleigh-Durham beat Peninsula, 1-0; Wilson beat Tidewater, 1-0. West-Hi-Toms beat Greensboro, 1-0;
Lynchburg beat Salem 1-0. Semifinals-Hi-Toms beat Lynchburg, 2-0; Raleigh-Durham beat Wilson, 2-1. Finals-Hi-Toms
beat Raleigh-Durham, 2-0. • ATTENDANCE: Peninsula-74,978; Salem-64,532; Kinston-55,516; Tidewater-50,014; RaleighDurham-48,532; Winston-Salem-46,239; Lynchburg-45,771; Hi-Toms-42,574; Rocky Mount-30,792; Greensboro-26,465;
Wilson-22,811; Burlington-20,806. Total-529,030. Playoffs-7,512. All-Star Game-2,145. • MANAGERS: Burlington-Len
Johnston; Greensboro-Brandy Davis; Hi-Toms-Jack McKeon; Kinston-Bob Bauer; Lynchburg-Alex Cosmidis; Peninsula-Jimmie
Williams; Tidewater-Bob Wellman; Raleigh-Durham-Pete Pavlick; Rocky Mount-Al Federoff; Salem-Don Hoak; Wilson-Vern
Morgan; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Tony Solaita, Hi-Toms. 2B-Dave Cash, Salem. 3B-Joe Lis, Tidewater.
SS-Frank Baker, Kinston. OF-Wilbert Hammond, Salem; John Jeter, Salem; Robert Brooks, Peninsula; Carlos May, Lynchburg.
C-Gene Tenace, Peninsula. P-Robert Settle, Salem; Jon Matlack, Raleigh-Durham. UTILITY-Jackson Lind, Greensboro. MGR-Don
Hoak, Salem. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Tony Solaita, Hi-Toms.

1969 SEASON

EASTERN DIVISION W
Rocky Mount (8)
82
Raleigh-Durham (19)
79
Kinston (16)
74
Peninsula (9)
67
Red Springs (12)
57

L
62
62
68
76
84

Pct.
.569
.560
.521
.469
.404

WESTERN DIVISION
Salem (20)
Winston-Salem (3)
Burlington (26)
Hi-Toms (11)
Lynchburg (5)

W
78
77
71
69
60

L
66
67
71
74
84

Pct.
.542
.535
.500
.483
.417

PLAYOFFS: East-Peninsula beat Rocky Mount 2-0; Raleigh-Durham beat Kinston, 2-0. West-Burlington beat Winston-Salem, 2-1;
Salem beat Hi-Toms, 2-0. Semifinals-Raleigh-Durham beat Peninsula, 2-1; Burlington beat Salem, 2-0. Finals-Raleigh-Durham
beat Burlington, 2-1. • ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem-66,710; Salem-63,248; Peninsula-60,414; Raleigh-Durham-50,564;

96

CAROLINA LEAGUE

SEASON CAPSULES
Kinston-46,323; Hi-Toms-44,472; Lynchburg-42,286; Rocky Mount-41,957; Red Springs-40,332; Burlington-20,550. Total476,856. Playoffs-10,793. All-Star Game-1,685. • MANAGERS: Kinston-Gene Hassell; Peninsula-Tony Pacheco; Raleigh-Durham-Nolan Campbell; Red Springs-Tom Umphlett; Rocky Mount-Al Federoff; Burlington-Buddy Hicks; Hi-Toms-Harry Malmberg;
Lynchburg-Stan Wasiak; Salem-Chuck Hiller; Winston-Salem-Matt Sczesny. • All Stars: 1B-Greg Luzinski, Raleigh-Durham.
2B-Tom Grayson, Rocky Mount. 3B-Luther Quinn, Salem. SS-Mario Guerrero, Kinston. OF-Melwood Civil, Salem; Sam Parrilla,
Raleigh-Durham; Ron Lolich, Lynchburg. C-Tim Hosley, Rocky Mount; Art Kusnyer, Lynchburg. P-John Penn, Raleigh-Durham;
Gordon Knutson, Raleigh-Durham. MGR-Al Federoff, Rocky Mount. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Luther Quinn, Salem.

1970 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
Winston-Salem* (3)
Peninsula (19)
Raleigh-Durham (X)
Kinston (16)
Rocky Mount (8)
Burlington (26)
Salem (20)
Lynchburg (12)

W
41
41
40
39
34
32
29
24

L
29
29
30
31
36
38
41
46

Pct.
.586
.586
.571
.557
.486
.457
.414
.343

SECOND HALF
Burlington
Winston-Salem
Rocky Mount
Raleigh-Durham
Kinston
Lynchburg
Salem
Peninsula

W
40
38
36
37
33
33
31
26

L
27
29
32
33
34
37
39
43

Pct.
.597
.567
.529
.529
.493
.471
.443
.377

*Won First Half Championship • PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem beat Burlington, 2-0. • ATTENDANCE: Peninsula-65,114;
Raleigh-Durham-56,138; Salem-50,076; Kinston-49,949; Lynchburg-42,949; Winston-Salem-36,923; Rocky Mount-34,062;
Burlington-33,046. Total-368,257. Playoff-1,849. All-Star Game-2,054. • MANAGERS: Burlington-Joe Klein, Whitey Kurowski;
Kinston-Alex Cosmidis; Lynchburg-Tom Umphlett, Red Robbins; Peninsula-Nolan Campbell; Raleigh-Durham-Cliff Davis;
Rocky Mount-Max Lanier; Salem-Billy Klaus; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Mike Anderson, Peninsula.
2B-Bob Adams, Rocky Mount; Fred Frazier, Kinston (tie). 3B-Steve Braun, Lynchburg. SS-Juan Beniquez, Winston-Salem.
OF-Dave Moates, Burlington; Rennie Stennett, Salem; Bob Storm, Lynchburg. C-Cliff Johnson, Raleigh-Durham. LHP-Bill
Olsen, Kinston. RHP-Lynn McGlothen, Winston-Salem. MGR-Cliff Davis, Raleigh-Durham. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Cliff
Johnson, Raleigh-Durham.

1971 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
Kinston (16)
Peninsula (19)
Lynchburg (12)
Salem (20)
Raleigh-Durham (X)
Rocky Mount (8)
Winston-Salem (3)
Burlington (26)

W
43
41
37
36
31
30
27
27

L
26
29
30
31
36
38
40
42

Pct.
.623
.586
.552
.537
.463
.441
.403
.391

SECOND HALF
Peninsula
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Rocky Mount
Lynchburg
Salem
Burlington
Raleigh-Durham

W
44
40
40
35
31
29
27
25

L
24
26
27
31
37
40
42
44

Pct.
.647
.606
.597
.530
.456
.420
.391
.362

PLAYOFFS: Peninsula beat Kinston, 2-0. • ATTENDANCE: Peninsula-60,286; Kinston-52,020; Raleigh-Durham-40,447;
Lynchburg-38,902; Salem-37,872; Winston-Salem-34,141; Rocky Mount-26,750; Burlington-22,247. Total-312,665. Playoff2,234. All-Star Game-1,061. • MANAGERS: Burlington-Whitey Kurowski; Kinston-Gene Hassell; Lynchburg-John Goryl;
Peninsula-Howie Bedell; Raleigh-Durham-Dick Kennedy; Rocky Mount-Len Okrie; Salem-Tim Mutaugh; Winston-Salem-Don
Lock. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Robert Beall, Peninsula. 2B-Donald Kinzel, Peninsula. 3B-Art Howe, Salem. SS-Stirling Coward,
Peninsula. OF-Charlie Spikes, Kinston; Marv Lane, Rocky Mount; Richard Giallella, Peninsula. C-Jim Essian, Peninsula.
RHP-Richard Fusari, Peninsula. LHP-Jim Golden, Kinston. MGR-Gene Hassell, Kinston. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Richard
Giallella, Peninsula.

1972 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
Burlington (26)
Lynchburg (12)
Salem (20)
Rocky Mount (8)
Kinston (16)
Winston-Salem (3)

W
43
39
33
30
30
29

L
25
30
34
37
38
40

Pct.
.632
.565
.493
.448
.441
.420

SECOND HALF
Salem
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Burlington
Lynchburg
Rocky Mount

W
46
43
36
34
31
19

L
24
26
34
36
38
51

Pct.
.657
.623
.514
.486
.449
.271

PLAYOFFS: Salem beat Burlington, 2-1. • ATTENDANCE: Lynchburg-60,282; Salem-43,910; Kinston-31,346; Winston-Salem31,156; Rocky Mount-21,242; Burlington-18,222. Total-206,158. Playoff-2,914. All-Star Game-915. • MANAGERS: BurlingtonFrank Gable; Kinston-Gene Hassell; Lynchburg-Kerby Ferrell; Rocky Mount-Len Okrie; Salem-Tim Murtaugh; Winston-Salem-Rac
Slider. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Ron Mitchell, Salem. 2B-Mike Cubbage, Burlington. 3B-Ron Cash, Rocky Mount. SS-Marion Prince,
Kinston. OF-Dave Parker, Salem; Ed Ott, Salem; Mike Krizmanich, Kinston. C-Tom Smithson, Lynchburg. LHP-Richard Kemp,
Burlington. RHP-Doug Bair, Salem. MGR-Gene Hassell, Kinston. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Dave Parker, Salem.

1973 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
Lynchburg (12)
Rocky Mount (19)
Winston-Salem (3)
Kinston (3/1)
Salem (20)
Wilson (X)

W
40
41
38
34
31
23

L
28
29
31
34
38
47

Pct.
.588
.586
.551
.500
.449
.329

SECOND HALF
Winston-Salem
Lynchburg
Salem
Kinston
Rocky Mount
Wilson

W
39
38
35
34
34
29

L
31
32
34
35
36
41

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

Pct.
.557
.543
.507
.493
.486
.414

97

SEASON CAPSULES

SEASON CAPSULES

PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem beat Lynchburg, 3-2. • ATTENDANCE: Lynchburg-66,015; Salem-45,915; Wilson-45,132; WinstonSalem-30,235; Kinston-30,012; Rocky Mount-28,389. Total-245,698. Playoff-4,498. All-Star Game-1,496. • MANAGERS:
Kinston-Gene Hassell; Lynchburg-Dick Phillips; Rocky Mount-Bob Wellman; Salem-Steve Demeter; Wilson-Ray Hathaway,
Don Locke; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Jim Obradovich, Lynchburg. 2B-Al Ryan, Winston-Salem. 3B-Rick
Oliver, Wilson. SS-Greg Pryor, Rocky Mount. OF-Terry Whitfield, Kinston; Jimmie Collins, Kinston; Omar Moreno, Salem; Tom
Thomas, Salem. C-Bill Nahorodny, Rocky Mount. LHP-Quincy Hill, Rocky Mount. RHP-Roy Thoms, Rocky Mount. MGR-Dick
Phillips, Lynchburg. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Terry Whitfield, Kinston.

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Peninsula, 3-0. • ATTENDANCE: Lynchburg-56,905; Salem-51,096; Winston-Salem-48,617;
Alexandria-45,220; Peninsula-34,343; Kinston-31,072. Total-267,163. Playoff-2,740. All-Star Game-1,258. • MANAGERS:
Alexandria-Les Peden; Kinston-Leo Mazzone; Lynchburg-Jack Aker; Peninsula-Jim Snyder; Salem-Jim Mahoney; WinstonSalem-Bill Slack. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Charles (Chick) Valley, Salem. 2B-Ronald MacDonald, Lynchburg. 3B-Nicholas Popovich,
Peninsula. SS-Wally Backman, Lynchburg. OF-George Vukovich, Peninsula; Elijah Bonaparte, Peninsula; Mel Barrow, Kinston;
Raymond Boyer, Alexandria. C-Ossie Virgil, Peninsula. DH-Roger LaFrancois, Winston-Salem. LHP-Tim Costello, Kinston.
RHP-Henry Mack, Peninsula. MGR-Jack Aker, Lynchburg. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Ossie Virgil, Peninsula.

1974 SPLIT SEASON

1979 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
Salem (20)
Lynchburg (12)
Winston-Salem (3)
Rocky Mount (19)
Peninsula (X)
Kinston (13)

W
47
40
39
37
25
19

L
23
30
30
32
43
49

Pct.
.671
.571
.565
.536
.368
.279

SECOND HALF
Salem
Winston-Salem
Lynchburg
Rocky Mount
Peninsula
Kinston

W
40
37
38
35
33
19

L
27
31
32
35
33
44

Pct.
.597
.544
.543
.500
.500
.302

PLAYOFFS: Salem won both halves making a playoff unnecessary. • ATTENDANCE: Lynchburg-48,732; Salem-41,379;
Rocky Mount-38,677; Peninsula-36,087; Winston-Salem-33,182; Kinston-27,342. Total-225,390. All-Star Game-993. •
MANAGERS: Kinston-Jack Damaska; Lynchburg-Harry Warner; Peninsula-Len Johnston; Rocky Mount-Cal Emery; SalemJohnny Lipon; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Randy Bass, Lynchburg. 2B-Charley Meyers, Winston-Salem.
3B-Frank Grundler, Lynchburg. SS-Todd Cruz, Rocky Mount. OF-Miguel Dilone, Salem; Willie Norwood, Lynchburg; Alfredo
Edmead, Salem. C-Steve Nicosia, Salem. LHP-Doug Nelson, Salem. RHP-Don Aase, Winston-Salem. MGR-Johnny Lipon,
Salem. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Miguel Dilone, Salem.

1975 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
W
L Pct.
SECOND HALF
W
Rocky Mount (19)
48
24 .667
Rocky Mount
43
Winston-Salem (3)
44
27 .620
Salem
41
Salem (20)
33
36 .478
Winston-Salem
37
Lynchburg (24)
30
36 .455
Lynchburg
30
Note: In interlocking schedule with Western Carolinas League, CL teams were 115-66 .635

L
27
30
35
42

Pct.
.614
.577
.514
.417

PLAYOFFS: Rocky Mount won both halves making a playoff unnecessary. • ATTENDANCE: Salem-39,007; Winston-Salem38,226; Lynchburg-28,527; Rocky Mount-24,345. Total-130,105. All-Star Game-459. • MANAGERS: Lynchburg-Wayne
Terwilliger; Rocky Mount-Cal Emery; Salem-Johnny Lipon; Winston-Salem-John Kennedy. • ALL-STARS: 1B-John Poff,
Rocky Mount. 2B-Brian Doyle, Lynchburg; Steve Gerlecz, Salem (tie). 3B-Jim Morrison, Rocky Mount. SS-Rick Albert, Lynchburg. OF-Luke Wrenn, Salem; Bobby Thompson, Lynchburg; Rick Berg, Winston-Salem; Alberto Lois, Salem. C-Steve Tarbell,
Winston-Salem. P-Larry Bradford, Lynchburg; Rick Jones, Winston-Salem; Warren Brusstar, Rocky Mount. MGR-Cal Emery,
Rocky Mount. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Luke Wrenn, Salem.

1976 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
W
L Pct.
SECOND HALF
W
Winston-Salem (3)
42
26 .618
Winston-Salem
38
Peninsula (19)
36
31 .537
Lynchburg
37
Salem (20)
35
32 .522
Peninsula
35
Lynchburg (15)
27
42 .391
Salem
33
Note: In interlocking schedule with Western Carolinas Leagues, CL teams were 40-23 .635

L
31
33
34
37

Pct.
.551
.529
.507
.471

PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem won both halves making a playoff unnecessary. • ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem-49,314; Lynchburg-46,302; Peninsula-41,367; Salem-30,387. Total-167,370. All-Star Game-712. • MANAGERS: Lynchburg-Jack Aker;
Peninsula-Cal Emery; Salem-Steve Demeter; Winston-Salem-Tony Torchia. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Marshall Brant, Lynchburg.
2B-Dave Lozano, Lynchburg. 3B-Ron Evans, Winston-Salem. SS-Juan Deliza, Salem; Marty Ryczek, Peninsula (tie). OF-Rogers
Lee Brown, Peninsula; Luis Delado, Winston-Salem; Ken Huizenga, Winston-Salem. C-Mike O’Berry, Winston-Salem. DH-Paul
McClure, Winston-Salem. P-Breen Newcomer, Winston-Salem; Ed Whitson, Salem. MGR-Tony Torchia, Winston-Salem.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Marshall Brant, Lynchburg.

1977 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
Lynchburg (15)
Winston-Salem (3)
Peninsula (19)
Salem (20)

W
39
34
31
28

L
27
32
35
38

Pct.
.591
.515
.470
.424

SECOND HALF
Peninsula
Lynchburg
Salem
Winston-Salem

W
40
39
38
27

L
32
33
34
45

Pct.
.556
.542
.528
.375

PLAYOFFS: Peninsula beat Lynchburg, 3-2. • ATTENDANCE: Lynchburg-55,123; Peninsula-44,032; Winston-Salem-33,652;
Salem-32,744. Total-165,551. Playoff-3,667. All-Star Game-1,276. • MANAGERS: Lynchburg-Jack Aker; Peninsula-Jim Snyder;
Salem-Steve Demeter; Winston-Salem-Tony Torchia. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Winston Cole, Salem. 2B-Luis Aguayo, Peninsula.
3B-Wade Boggs, Winston-Salem. SS-Julio Valdez, Winston-Salem. OF-Eugenio Cotes, Salem; Ozzie Olivares, Salem; Robert
Bryant, Lynchburg. C-Alfred (Butch) Benton, Lynchburg. DH-John Hughes, Peninsula. LHP-Jeff Schneider, Peninsula. RHP-Neil
Allen, Lynchburg. MGR-Jack Aker, Lynchburg. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Ozzie Olivares, Salem.

1978 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
Lynchburg (15)
Peninsula (19)
Salem (20)
Alexandria
Winston-Salem (3)
Kinston

98

W
43
42
34
29
28
29

L
27
28
35
37
38
40

CAROLINA LEAGUE

Pct.
.614
.600
.493
.439
.424
.420

SECOND HALF
Peninsula
Salem
Lynchburg
Alexandria
Kinston
Winston-Salem

W
48
38
30
29
28
27

L
21
28
37
38
37
39

Pct.
.696
.576
.448
.433
.431
.409

FIRST HALF
Winston-Salem (3)
Alexandria (23)
Peninsula (19)
Kinston (25)
Lynchburg (15)
Salem (20)

W
44
38
35
33
31
22

L
26
29
32
36
36
44

Pct.
.629
.567
.522
.478
.463
.333

SECOND HALF
Winston-Salem
Alexandria
Kinston
Peninsula
Salem
Lynchburg

W
41
36
34
33
32
30

L
29
33
33
36
38
37

Pct.
.586
.522
.507
.478
.457
.448

PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem won both halves making a playoff unnecessary. • ATTENDANCE: Winston-Salem-68,702; Lynchburg-53,400; Peninsula-44,050; Salem-43,036; Kinston-38,569; Alexandria-34,614. Total-282,371. All-Star Game-1,081. •
MANAGERS: Alexandria-Bobby Floyd; Kinston-Duane Larson; Lynchburg-Jack Aker; Peninsula-Ron Clark; Salem-Jim Mahoney;
Winston-Salem-Bill Slack. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Greg Walker, Peninsula. 2B-Eduardo Dennis, Kinston; Michael Barnes, Salem (tie).
3B-Ralph Wheeler, Kinston. SS-Ron Gardenhire, Lynchburg; Manuel McDonald, Peninsula (tie). OF-Bob Dernier, Peninsula; Reid
Nichols, Winston-Salem; Jack Sauer, Winston-Salem. C-Dale (Pat) Kelly, Kinston; Junior Ortiz, Salem (tie). DH-Tom Lombarski,
Peninsula. LHP-Ernest Gause, Peninsula; Bryan Clark, Alexandria (tie). RHP-Thomas Hart, Peninsula. MGR-Bill Slack, WinstonSalem. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Thomas Hart, Peninsula. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Bob Dernier, Peninsula.

1980 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NC DIVISION
Durham (1)
Kinston (25)
Winston-Salem (3)
Rocky Mount
VA DIVISION
Peninsula (19)
Lynchburg (15)
Salem (20)
Alexandria (X)

W

L

Pct.

42
38
38
14

28
32
32
55

.600
.543
.543
.203

SECOND HALF
NC DIVISION
Durham
Winston-Salem
Kinston
Rocky Mount

51
35
33
28

19
35
36
42

.729
.500
.478
.400

VA DIVISION
Peninsula
Salem
Lynchburg
Alexandria

W

L

Pct.

42
38
31
10

28
32
37
59

.600
.543
.456
.145

49
46
36
26

21
24
33
44

.700
.657
.522
.371

PLAYOFFS: Peninsula beat Durham, 3-1. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-175,963; Salem-102,456; Winston-Salem-84,645;
Peninsula-75,874; Lynchburg-66,207; Kinston-38,822; Alexandria-30,140; Rocky Mount-26,702. Total-600,809. Playoffs6,082. All-Star Game-1,299. • Managers: Alexandria-Mike Toomey; Durham-Al Gallagher; Kinston-Dennis Holmberg;
Lynchburg-Jack Aker; Peninsula-Bill Dancy; Rocky Mount-Mal Fichman; Salem-Johnny Lipon; Winston-Salem-Buddy Hunter.
• ALL-STARS: 1B-Mike Anicich, Lynchburg. 2B-Bill Rittweger, Lynchburg. 3B-Ray Borucki, Peninsula. SS-Julio Franco,
Peninsula. OF-Wil Culmer, Peninsula; Joe Bruno, Peninsula; Albert Hall, Durham. C-Rico Colbert, Winston-Salem. DH-Craig
Brooks, Winston-Salem. LHP-Wally Goff, Peninsula. RHP-Jay Fredlund, Winston-Salem. MGR-Johnny Lipon, Salem. PITCHER
OF THE YEAR-LeRoy Smith, Peninsula. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Julio Franco, Peninsula.

1981 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Hagerstown (X)
Alexandria (20)
Lynchburg (15)
Salem (22)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (25)
Durham (1)
Winston-Salem (3)
Peninsula (19)

W

L

Pct.

37
33
32
26

31
34
38
44

.544
.493
.457
.371

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Salem
Lynchburg
Hagerstown
Alexandria

42
40
34
30

28
28
35
36

.600
.588
.493
.455

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Peninsula
Winston-Salem
Durham
Kinston

W

L

Pct.

40
39
33
29

30
31
37
41

.571
.557
.471
.414

41
38
30
30

29
32
40
40

.585
.543
.429
.429

PLAYOFFS: Hagerstown beat Salem, 1-0; Peninsula beat Kinston, 1-0; Hagerstown beat Peninsula, 3-0. • ATTENDANCE:
Durham-151,905; Hagerstown-145,335; Winston-Salem-72,132; Salem-72,125; Peninsula-66,261; Lynchburg-51,960;
Alexandria-40,659; Kinston-40,183. Total-640,560. Playoffs-5,028. All-Star Game-4,011. • MANAGERS: Alexandria-Mike
Toomey; Durham-Al Gallagher; Hagerstown-Grady Little; Kinston-John McLaren; Lynchburg-Gene Dusan; Peninsula-Bill Dancy;
Salem-Glen Ezell; Winston-Salem-Buddy Hunter. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Mike Anicich, Lynchburg; John Schaive, Alexandria (tie).
2B-Larry Jeltz, Peninsula. 3B-Thomas Hayes, Durham. SS-Octavio Fernandez, Kinston; Jose Oquendo, Lynchburg (tie). OFBrad Komminsk, Durham; Gerald Davis, Salem; Paul Croft, Hagerstown. C-Marc Sullivan, Winston-Salem. DH-David Rivera,
Hagerstown. LHP-Randy Ford, Kinston. RHP-Mike Brown, Winston-Salem. MGR-Grady Little, Hagerstown. PITCHER OF THE
YEAR-Mike Brown, Winston-Salem. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Brad Komminsk, Durham.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

99

SEASON CAPSULES
1982 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Alexandria (20)
Hagerstown (2)
Lynchburg (15)
Salem (22)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Durham (1)
Peninsula (19)
Kinston (25)
Winston-Salem (3)

W

L

Pct.

45
38
29
22

20
29
37
48

.692
.567
.439
.314

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Alexandria
Hagerstown
Salem

43
41
34
18

25
27
33
51

.632
.603
.507
.261

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Peninsula
Kinston
Durham
Winston-Salem

SEASON CAPSULES
1985 SPLIT SEASON

W

L

Pct.

36
35
33
17

34
34
36
53

.514
.507
.478
.243

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg (15)
Hagerstown (2)
Salem (24)
Prince William (20)

49
42
37
27

20
26
31
42

.710
.618
.544
.391

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (4)
Durham (1)
Peninsula (19)
Kinston (25)

W

L

Pct.

48
41
40
32

22
28
30
37

.686
.594
.571
.464

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Salem
Prince William
Hagerstown

35
32
28
23

35
38
42
47

.500
.457
.400
.329

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Peninsula
Durham
Winston-Salem

W

L

Pct.

47
32
33
24

23
35
37
44

.671
.478
.471
.353

41
39
34
23

26
26
36
46

.612
.600
.486
.333

PLAYOFFS: Alexandria beat Lynchburg, 1-0; Durham beat Peninsula, 1-0; Alexandria beat Durham, 3-0. • ATTENDANCE:
Durham-157,325; Hagerstown-135,336; Lynchburg-49,539; Salem-47,202; Winston-Salem-46,430; Alexandria-44,306;
Peninsula-42,145; Kinston-41,861. Total-564,144. Playoffs-9,724. All-Star Game-1,817. • MANAGERS: Alexandria-Johnny
Lipon; Durham-Bobby Dews; Hagerstown-Grady Little; Kinston-John McLaren; Lynchburg-Danny Monzon; Peninsula-Bill
Dancy; Salem-Jim Zerilla; Winston-Salem-Rac Slider. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Keith Hagman, Durham. 2B-Juan Samuel, Peninsula.
3B-Pat Dumouchelle, Hagerstown. SS-Miguel Sosa, Durham. OF-Jeff Stone, Peninsula; Mark Gillaspie, Salem; Joe Orsulak,
Alexandria; LaSchelle Tarver, Lynchburg. C-David Malpeso, Winston-Salem. DH-Rick Renteria, Alexandria. LHP-Chris Green,
Alexandria; Frankie Griffin, Peninsula (tie). RHP-Charles Hudson, Peninsula. MGR-Bill Dancy, Peninsula. PITCHER OF THE
YEAR-Charles Hudson-Peninsula. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Juan Samuel, Peninsula.

PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem beat Kinston, 2-0; Winston-Salem beat Lynchburg, 3-1. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-182,720;
Prince William-127,356; Hagerstown-112,978; Winston-Salem-98,434; Lynchburg-95,657; Kinston-74,722; Salem-71,788;
Peninsula-59,151. Total-822,806 Playoffs-4,260. All-Star Game-7,358. • MANAGERS: Durham-Harry Bright; HagerstownGreg Biagini; Kinston-Grady Little; Lynchburg-Mike Cubbage; Peninsula-Ron Clark; Prince William-Ed Ott; Salem-Bill Stearns;
Winston-Salem-Cal Emery. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Chris Padget, Hagerstown. 2B-Jerry Browne, Salem. 3B-Dimas Gutierrez, Prince
William. SS-Kevin Elster, Lynchburg; D.L. Smith, Hagerstown (tie). OF-Shawn Abner, Lynchburg; Dave Martinez, Winston-Salem;
Eric Yelding, Kinston. C-Burk Goldthorn, Prince William. DH-Jim Dickerson, Winston-Salem. RHP-Kyle Hartshorn, Lynchburg.
LHP-Shawn Barton, Peninsula. MGR-Grady Little, Kinston. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Kyle Hartshorn, Lynchburg. PLAYER OF
THE YEAR-Shawn Abner, Lynchburg.

1983 SPLIT SEASON

1986 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg (15)
Hagerstown (2)
Alexandria (20)
Salem (22)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (3)
Durham (1)
Kinston (25)
Peninsula (19)

W

L

Pct.

49
41
35
20

20
25
32
49

.710
.621
.522
.290

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Hagerstown
Alexandria
Salem

36
33
32
26

34
34
36
42

.514
.493
.471
.382

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem
Peninsula
Kinston
Durham

W

L

Pct.

47
43
34
30

23
27
36
40

.671
.614
.486
.429

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Hagerstown (2)
Lynchburg (15)
Prince William (20)
Salem (24)

38
32
30
26

32
38
40
44

.543
.457
.429
.371

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (4)
Peninsula (5)
Durham (1)
Kinston (X)

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Winston-Salem, 3-0. • ATTENDANCE: Hagerstown-153,660; Durham-142,370; Lynchburg-80,104;
Salem-56,451; Winston-Salem-54,803; Kinston-45,125; Alexandria-41,404; Peninsula-34,053. Total-607,970. Playoff-1,911.
All-Star Game-1,043. • MANAGERS: Alexandria-Johnny Lipon; Durham-Brian Snitker; Hagerstown-John Hart; Kinston-Ron
Clark, Doug Ault (Aug 12); Lynchburg-Sam Perlozzo; Peninsula-Tony Taylor; Salem-Steve Smith; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack. •
ALL-STARS: 1B-Sam Nattile, Winston-Salem. 2B-Fermin Ubri, Lynchburg. 3B-Jim Opie, Alexandria. SS-Mike Mesh, WinstonSalem. OF-Lenny Dykstra, Lynchburg; Ken Gerhart, Hagerstown; Mark Carreon, Lynchburg. C-Danny Sheaffer, Winston-Salem.
DH-Dave Cochrane, Lynchburg. LHP-Mike Rochford, Winston-Salem. RHP-Dwight Gooden, Lynchburg. MGR-Sam Perlozzo,
Lynchburg. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Dwight Gooden, Lynchburg. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Lenny Dykstra, Lynchburg.

1984 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg (15)
Prince William (20)
Hagerstown (2)
Salem (24)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Durham (1)
Kinston (25)
Winston-Salem (3)
Peninsula (19)

W

L

Pct.

43
42
32
28

27
28
38
42

.614
.600
.457
.290

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Salem
Prince William
Hagerstown

39
33
33
30

31
37
37
40

.557
.471
.471
.382

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Peninsula
Kinston
Durham
Winston-Salem

W

L

Pct.

46
36
33
28

22
32
37
42

.676
.529
.471
.400

43
38
29
25

27
32
41
45

.614
.543
.414
.357

PLAYOFFS: Durham beat Peninsula, 2-0; Lynchburg beat Durham, 3-1. G ATTENDANCE: Durham-157,109; Hagerstown-114,951;
Prince William-108,818; Winston-Salem-75,272; Lynchburg-75,034; Salem-61,623; Kinston-61,204; Peninsula-27,465. Total681,476. Playoffs-6,606. All-Star Game-731. • MANAGERS: Durham-Brian Snitker; Hagerstown-John Hart, Grady Little (June
21), Len Johnston (June 25); Kinston-Doug Ault; Lynchburg-Mike Cubbage; Peninsula-Ron Clark; Prince William-Johnny
Lipon; Salem-Bill Stearns; Winston-Salem-Bill Slack. G ALL-STARS: 1B-David Magadan, Lynchburg. 2B-Leon Roberts,
Prince William. 3B-Kim Christensen, Prince William. SS-Rey Quinonez, Winston-Salem. OF-Kash Beauchamp, Kinston; Stan
Jefferson, Lynchburg; Jason Felice, Lynchburg. C-Barry Lyons, Lynchburg. DH-Sam Horn, Winston-Salem. LHP-Randy Myers,
Lynchburg. RHP-Mitch Cook, Lynchburg. MGR-Mike Cubbage, Lynchburg. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Randy Myers, Lynchburg.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Barry Lyons, Lynchburg.

100

CAROLINA LEAGUE

W

L

Pct.

46
38
32
20

24
32
38
49

.657
.543
.457
.290

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Hagerstown
Lynchburg
Prince William
Salem

43
38
32
30

27
32
38
39

.614
.543
.457
.435

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem
Durham
Kinston
Peninsula

W

L

Pct.

45
37
35
25

24
33
34
44

.652
.529
.507
.362

39
40
30
22

29
30
37
42

.574
.571
.448
.344

PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem beat Hagerstown, 3-1. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-197,125; Hagerstown-144,161; Winston-Salem-136,841; Prince William-117,000; Lynchburg-87,930; Salem-87,047; Peninsula-75,928; Kinston-48,845. Total-894,877.
Playoff-3,712. All-Star Game-855. • MANAGERS: Durham-Buddy Bailey; Hagerstown-Bob Molinaro; Kinston-Dave Trembley;
Lynchburg-Bobby Floyd; Peninsula-Bob Bailey, Duke Sims (June 10); Prince William-Rocky Bridges; Salem-Mike Bucci; Winston-Salem-Jim Essian. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Lance Belen, Prince William. 2B-Pete Stanicek, Hagerstown. 3B-Craig Worthington,
Hagerstown. SS-Gregg Jefferies, Lynchburg. UTIL. INF-Ronnie Gant, Durham. OF-Doug Dascenzo, Winston-Salem; Sherwin
Cijntje, Hagerstown; Ron Scheer, Peninsula. C-Hector Villanueva, Winston-Salem. DH-Gene Gentile, Kinston. RHP-Dave Pavlas,
Winston-Salem. LHP-Rob Russell, Prince William. MGR-Jim Essian, Winston-Salem. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Dave Pavlas,
Winston-Salem. PLAYER OF THE YEAR-Gregg Jefferies, Lynchburg.

1987 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Hagerstown (2)
Salem (20)
Prince William (16)
Lynchburg (15)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (4)
Peninsula (5)
Kinston (7)
Durham (1)

W

L

Pct.

40
33
33
32

30
36
37
37

.571
.478
.471
.464

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Salem
Prince William
Hagerstown
Lynchburg

41
34
33
33

29
36
37
37

.586
.486
.471
.471

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Durham
Peninsula
Winston-Salem

W

L

Pct.

47
33
32
31

23
37
38
39

.671
.471
.457
.443

42
32
32
31

28
38
38
39

.600
.457
.457
.443

PLAYOFFS: Salem beat Hagerstown, 2-0; Kinston beat Winston-Salem, 2-0; Salem beat Kinston, 3-1. • ATTENDANCE:
Durham-217,012; Hagerstown-135,059; Winston-Salem-133,263; Salem-111,661; Prince William-105,749; Peninsula-88,620;
Lynchburg-88,370; Kinston-68,199. Total-947,933. Playoffs-10,106. All-Star Game-2,631. • MANAGERS: Durham-Brian
Snitker; Hagerstown-Glenn Gulliver; Kinston-Mike Hargrove; Lynchburg-John Tamargo; Peninsula-Marv Foley; Prince WilliamWally Moon; Salem-Steve Demeter; Winston-Salem-Jay Loviglio. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Rob Sepanek, Prince William. 2B-Mark
Lemke, Durham. 3B-Leo Gomez, Hagerstown. SS-Jim Bullinger, Winston-Salem. UTILITY-Hensley Meulens, Prince William.
OF-Tony Chance, Salem; Alex Smith, Durham; Mark Davis, Peninsula; Jim Rigos, Salem; Ced Landrum, Winston-Salem.
C-Joe Girardi, Winston-Salem. DH-Casey Webster, Kinston. RHP-Dave Miller, Durham. LHP-Blaine Beatty, Hagerstown.
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Casey Webster, Kinston. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Blaine Beatty, Hagerstown. MANAGER OF THE
YEAR-Mike Hargrove, Kinston.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

101

SEASON CAPSULES
1988 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Salem (20)
Hagerstown (2)
Prince William (16)
Lynchburg (3)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Durham (1)
Winston-Salem (4)
Virginia (X)

1991 SPLIT SEASON

W

L

Pct.

40
37
31
25

29
33
38
45

.580
.529
.449
.357

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Hagerstown
Salem
Prince William

.643
.629
.557
.257

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Durham
Winston-Salem
Virginia

45
44
39
18

25
26
31
52

W

L

Pct.

43
42
33
24

27
28
37
46

.614
.600
.471
.343

43
38
34
23

27
32
36
47

.614
.543
.486
.329

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Salem, 2-1; Kinston beat Lynchburg, 3-2. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-271,650; Hagerstown-135,380;
Salem-119,966; Prince William-114,403; Virginia-91,324; Lynchburg-81,197; Kinston-80,623; Winston-Salem-79,999. Total974,542. Playoffs-9,190. All-Star Game-2,614. • MANAGERS: Durham-Buddy Bailey, Grady Little (May 24); Hagerstown-Mike
Hart; Kinston-Glenn Adams; Lynchburg-Dick Berardino; Virginia-Joe Breeden; Prince William-Wally Moon, Gene Tenace (June
28); Salem-Jay Ward; Winston-Salem-Jay Loviglio. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Jim Orsag, Lynchburg; 2B-Greg Smith, Winston-Salem.
3B-Scott Cooper, Lynchburg. SS-Ever Magallanes, Kinston. UTILITY-Mike Twardowski, Kinston. OF-Bernie Williams, Prince
William; Mickey Pina, Lynchburg; Bob Zupcic, Lynchburg. UTIL.OF-Derrick May, Winston-Salem; Mike Westbrook, Kinston.
C-Mike Eberle, Hagerstown. DH-Mitch Lyden, Prince William. RHP-Bill Kazmierczak, Winston-Salem; Shawn Boskie, WinstonSalem (tie). LHP-Kent Mercker, Durham. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Mickey Pina, Lynchburg. CO-PITCHERS OF THE YEAR-Kent
Mercker, Durham; Kevin Bearse, Kinston. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Dick Berardino, Lynchburg.

1989 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg (3)
Frederick (2)
Salem (20)
Prince William (16)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Durham (1)
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (4)
Peninsula (X)

W

L

Pct.

35
34
33
30

34
36
36
39

.507
.486
.478
.435

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Prince William
Frederick
Lynchburg
Salem

.671
.627
.500
.294

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Durham
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Peninsula

47
42
35
20

23
25
35
48

W

L

Pct.

42
39
35
30

27
29
32
39

.609
.574
.522
.435

37
34
29
24

31
35
36
41

.544
.493
.446
.369

PLAYOFFS: Prince William beat Lynchburg, 2-1; Prince William beat Durham, 3-1. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-272,202; Prince
William-175,077; Frederick-165,930; Salem-121,581; Winston-Salem-89,360; Kinston-88,154; Lynchburg-74,375; Peninsula20,059. Total-1,006,738. Playoffs-18,449. All-Star Game-5,120. • MANAGERS: Durham-Grady Little; Frederick-Jerry Narron;
Kinston-Ken Bolek; Lynchburg-Gary Allenson; Peninsula-Jim Thrift; Prince William-Mark Weidemaier, Stump Merrill (May 21);
Salem-Rocky Bridges; Winston-Salem-Jay Loviglio. • ALL-STARS: 1B-David Segui, Frederick. 2B-Luis Mercedes, Frederick.
3B-John Wehner, Salem. SS-Mark Lewis, Kinston. UTIL.INF-Pat Kelly, Prince William. OF-Phil Plantier, Lynchburg; Moises
Alou, Salem; Andy Tomberlin, Durham. UTIL.OF-Al Martin, Durham. C-Brian Deak, Durham. DH-Don Sparks, Prince William.
STARTING PITCHER-Mike Draper, Prince William; Pat Gomez, Winston-Salem; Randy Tomlin, Salem (tie). RELIEF PITCHERJoe Ausanio, Salem. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Phil Plantier, Lynchburg. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Charles Nagy, Kinston.
MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Grady Little, Durham.

1990 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick (2)
Prince William (16)
Lynchburg (3)
Salem (20)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (4)
Durham (1)
Peninsula (23)

W

L

Pct.

39
33
33
25

31
37
37
45

.557
.471
.471
.357

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick
Prince William
Salem
Lynchburg

.657
.643
.529
.314

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Peninsula
Durham

46
45
37
22

24
25
33
48

W

L

Pct.

35
31
30
25

31
38
39
43

.530
.449
.435
.368

42
41
35
34

23
29
35
35

.646
.586
.500
.493

PLAYOFFS: Frederick beat Kinston 3-2.• ATTENDANCE: Durham-300,499; Frederick-277,802; Prince William-210,262; Salem126,121; Kinston-106,219; Winston-Salem-102,588; Lynchburg-92,607; Peninsula-70,647. Total-1,268,715. Playoffs-11,448.
All-Star Game-5,947. • MANAGERS: Durham-Grady Little; Frederick-Wally Moon; Kinston-Brian Graham; Lynchburg-Gary
Allenson; Peninsula-Jim Nettles; Prince William-Gary Denbo; Salem-Stan Cliburn; Winston-Salem-Brad Mills. • ALL-STARS:
1B-J.T. Snow, Prince William. 2B-Rouglas Odor, Kinston. 3B-Gary Scott, Winston-Salem. SS-Ricky Gutierrez, Frederick. UTIL.
INF-Bruce Schreiber, Salem. OF-Greg Blosser, Lynchburg; Keith Mitchell, Durham; Ken Ramos, Kinston. UTIL.OF-Nolan Lane,
Kinston. C-Mandy Romero, Salem. DH-Doug Welch, Winston-Salem . STARTING PITCHER-Frank Seminara, Prince William.
RELIEF PITCHER-Mike Gardella, Prince William. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Gary Scott, Winston-Salem. PITCHER OF THE
YEAR-Frank Seminara, Prince William. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Wally Moon, Frederick.

102

SEASON CAPSULES

CAROLINA LEAGUE

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Prince William (16)
Lynchburg (3)
Salem (20)
Frederick (2)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (4)
Durham (1)
Peninsula (23)

W

L

Pct.

38
30
30
26

32
39
40
44

.543
.435
.429
.371

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Prince William
Salem
Frederick

45
43
38
27

23
27
29
43

.662
.614
.567
.386

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Durham
Winston-Salem
Peninsula

W

L

Pct.

37
33
33
32

33
36
37
38

.529
.478
.471
.457

44
41
40
19

26
29
30
50

.629
.586
.571
.275

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Prince William 2-0; Kinston beat Lynchburg 3-0. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-301,240; Frederick318,354; Kinston-100,857; Lynchburg-88,897; Peninsula-41,131; Prince William-208,166; Salem-131,582; Winston-Salem111,133. Total-1,301,560. Playoffs-5,367. All-Star Game-5,612. • MANAGERS: Durham-Grady Little; Frederick-Wally Moon;
Kinston-Brian Graham; Lynchburg-Buddy Bailey; Peninsula-Steve Smith; Prince William-Mike Hart; Salem-Stan Cliburn;
Winston-Salem-Brad Mills. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Willie Tatum, Lynchburg. 2B-Miguel Flores, Kinston. 3B-Pete Castellano, Winston-Salem. SS-Manny Alexander, Frederick. UTIL.INF-Ramon Caraballo, Durham. OF-Brian Giles, Kinston; Jeff
McNeely, Lynchburg; Tracy Sanders, Kinston. UTIL.OF-John Jensen, Winston-Salem. C-Javy Lopez, Durham. DH-Chris
Ebright, Winston-Salem. STARTING PITCHER-Sam Militello, Prince William. RELIEF PITCHER-Mike Soper, Kinston. MOST
VALUABLE PLAYER-Pete Castellano, Winston-Salem. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Sam Militello, Prince William. MANAGER OF
THE YEAR-Brian Graham, Kinston.

1992 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg (3)
Frederick (2)
Salem (20)
Prince William (16)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
*Peninsula (23)
Durham (1)
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (4)

W

L

Pct.

39
35
33
31

30
34
36
38

.565
.507
.478
.449

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Prince William
Frederick
Salem

37
37
35
29

32
32
34
40

.536
.536
.507
.420

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Peninsula
Winston-Salem
Durham
Kinston

W

L

Pct.

38
38
34
31

28
33
37
40

.576
.535
.479
.437

37
37
33
30

32
33
38
37

.536
.529
.465
.448

* Won playoff for first half title • PLAYOFFS: Peninsula beat Lynchburg 3-2. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-280,994; Frederick329,592; Kinston-105,905; Lynchburg-92,778; Peninsula-59,093; Prince William-208,416; Salem-134,598; Winston-Salem159,316. Total-1,369,877. Playoffs-6,587. All-Star Game-4,219. • MANAGERS: Durham-Leon Roberts; Frederick-Bobby
Miscik; Kinston-Dave Keller; Lynchburg-Buddy Bailey; Peninsula-Marc Hill; Prince William-Mike Hart; Salem-John Wockenfuss;
Winston-Salem-Bill Hayes. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Bubba Smith, Peninsula. 2B-Kevin Jordan, Prince William. 3B-Jose Viera,
Winston-Salem. SS-Ramon Martinez, Salem. UTIL.INF-Ruben Santana, Peninsula. OF-Stanton Cameron, Frederick; Brian
Kowitz, Durham; Darren Bragg, Peninsula. UTIL.OF-Omar Ramirez, Kinston. C-Miah Bradbury, Peninsula. DH-Andy Hartung,
Winston-Salem. STARTING PITCHER-John Cummings, Peninsula. RELIEF PITCHER-Joe Caruso, Lynchburg. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Bubba Smith, Peninsula. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-John Cummings, Peninsula. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Marc
Hill, Peninsula.

1993 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (11)
Frederick (2)
Lynchburg (3)
Prince William (16)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (23)
Durham (1)
Winston-Salem (6)
Salem (20)

W

L

Pct.

44
35
32
30

25
35
37
40

.638
.500
.464
.429

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick
Prince William
Lynchburg
Wilmington

38
35
33
31

31
34
37
39

.551
.507
.471
.443

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem
Durham
Kinston
Salem

W

L

Pct.

43
37
33
30

27
33
37
40

.614
.529
.471
.429

39
34
33
30

31
35
36
40

.557
.493
.478
.429

PLAYOFFS: Wilmington beat Frederick 2-0; Winston-Salem beat Kinston 2-1; Winston-Salem beat Wilmington 3-1 • ATTENDANCE: Durham-305,692; Frederick-351,146; Kinston-134,506; Lynchburg-100,113; Prince William-209,273; Salem-145,657;
Wilmington-332,132; Winston-Salem-164,509. Total-1,743,028. Playoffs-20,099. All-Star Game-3,581. • MANAGERS:
Durham-Leon Roberts; Frederick-Peter Mackanin; Kinston-Dave Keller; Lynchburg-Mark Meleski; Prince William-Trey Hillman;
Salem-Scott Little; Wilmington-Ron Johnson; Winston-Salem-Mark Berry. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Tate Seefried, Prince William.
2B–Tony Graffanino, Durham. 3B–Scott McClain, Frederick. SS–Eric Owens, Winston-Salem. UTIL.INF–Tim Blek, WinstonSalem. OF–Curtis Goodwin, Frederick; Chad Mottola, Winston-Salem; Alex Ochoa, Frederick. UTIL.OF–Motorboat Jones,
Winston-Salem. C–Jorge Posada, Prince William. DH–Bubba Smith, Winston-Salem. STARTING PITCHER–Julian Tavarez,
Kinston. RELIEF PITCHER–Ian Doyle, Kinston. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER–Bubba Smith, Winston-Salem. PITCHER OF THE
YEAR–Julian Tavarez, Kinston. MANAGER OF THE YEAR–(Tie) Dave Keller, Kinston; Pete Mackanin, Frederick.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

103

SEASON CAPSULES
1994 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (11)
Prince William (5)
Frederick (2)
Lynchburg (3)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (6)
Kinston (7)
Salem (20)
Durham (1)

1997 SPLIT SEASON

W

L

Pct.

48
38
32
30

20
32
36
40

.706
.543
.471
.429

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Frederick
Prince William
Lynchburg

.515
.464
.464
.412

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Durham
Winston-Salem
Salem
Kinston

35
32
32
28

33
37
37
40

W

L

Pct.

46
44
33
22

24
25
33
47

.657
.638
.500
.319

38
32
32
28

30
37
38
41

.559
.464
.457
.406

PLAYOFFS: Winston-Salem beat Durham 2-0; Wilmington beat Winston-Salem 3-0. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-259,758;
Frederick-344,563; Kinston-122,557; Lynchburg-100,724; Prince William-210,401; Salem-153,575; Wilmington-335,024;
Winston-Salem-160,994. Total-1,687,596. Playoffs-14,116. All-Star Game-6,893. • MANAGERS: Durham-Matt West;
Frederick-Mike O’Berry; Kinston-Dave Keller; Lynchburg-Mark Meleski; Prince William-Dave Huppert; Salem-Trent Jewett;
Wilmington-Mike Jirschele; Winston-Salem-Mark Berry. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Larry Sutton, Wilmington. 2B-Essex Burton,
Prince William. 3B–Bill Selby, Lynchburg. SS–Craig Wilson, Prince William. UTL.INF-Chance Sanford, Salem. OF–Pat Watkins,
Winston-Salem; Johnny Damon, Wilmington; Jimmy Hurst, Prince William. UTL. OF–Kimera Bartee, Frederick. C–B.J. Waszgis, Frederick. DH–Andy Stewart, Wilmington. STARTING PITCHER–Bart Evans, Wilmington. RELIEF PITCHER-Chris Lemp,
Frederick. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Larry Sutton, Wilmington. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Bart Evans, Wilmington. MANAGER
OF THE YEAR-Mike Jirschele, Wilmington.

1995 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Prince William (5)
Wilmington (11)
Lynchburg (20)
Frederick (2)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (6)
Salem (27)
Durham (1)

W

L

Pct.

37
35
33
27

33
34
36
41

.529
.507
.478
.397

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Lynchburg
Frederick
Prince William

45
36
34
30

24
34
36
39

.652
.514
.486
.435

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Salem
Durham

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (11)
Frederick (2)
Prince William (5)
Lynchburg (20)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Durham (1)
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (6)
Salem (27)

W

L

Pct.

40
34
31
26

30
36
37
43

.571
.486
.456
.377

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Lynchburg
Frederick
Prince William

38
37
37
34

31
32
33
35

.551
.536
.529
.493

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Durham
Salem

CAROLINA LEAGUE

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Durham (1)
Salem (27)
Winston-Salem (5)

W

L

Pct.

45
40
34
30

25
30
36
39

.643
.571
.488
.435

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Prince William
Wilmington
Frederick

46
30
27
28

24
39
41
44

.657
.435
.397
.371

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Winston-Salem
Salem
Durham

W

L

Pct.

42
39
28
24

28
31
42
46

.600
.557
.400
.343

41
36
36
33

29
34
34
37

.586
.514
.514
.471

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Frederick 2-0. Lynchburg beat Kinston 3-1. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-381,589; Frederick-274,894;
Kinston-151,953; Lynchburg-112,363; Prince William-214,037; Salem-188,023; Wilmington-326,201, Winston-Salem-156,285.
Total-1,805,345. Playoffs-10,340. All-Star Game-6,671. • MANAGERS: Durham-Paul Runge; Frederick-Dave Hilton; KinstonJoel Skinner; Lynchburg-Jeff Bannister/Jeff Richardson; Prince William-Roy Silver; Salem-Bill McGuire; Wilmington-John
Mizerock; Winston-Salem-Mike Heath/Mark Haley. • ALL-STARS: C-Heath Hayes, Kinston, Ben Petrick, Salem. 1B-Nate
Dishington, Prince William. 2B-Rick Short, Frederick. SS-John McDonald, Kinston. 3B-Aramis Ramirez, Lynchburg. UTL.
INF-Rick Short, Frederick. OF-Adam Johnson, Durham; Scott Morgan, Kinston; and Danny Peoples, Kinston. UTL-Carlos Lee,
Winston-Salem, and Mark Quinn, Wilmington. DH-Russ Branyan, Kinston. STARTING PITCHER-Cliff Politte, Prince William.
RELIEF PITCHER-Armando Almanza, Prince William. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Aramis Ramirez, Lynchburg. PITCHER OF
THE YEAR-Cliff Politte, Prince William. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Joel Skinner, Kinston.

1998 SPLIT SEASON

L

Pct.

48
34
31
27

21
35
38
43

.696
.493
.449
.386

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (11)
Lynchburg (20)
Frederick (2)
Prince William (21)

36
33
34
33

32
34
36
37

.529
.493
.486
.471

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (5)
Kinston (7)
Danville (1)
Salem (27)

W

L

Pct.

40
36
35
29

30
34
35
40

.571
.514
.500
.420

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Prince William
Lynchburg
Frederick

41
36
31
31

28
34
39
39

.594
.514
.443
.443

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem
Kinston
Salem
Danville

W

L

Pct.

46
43
33
29

24
27
37
41

.657
.614
.471
.414

38
33
31
27

32
37
39
43

.543
.471
.443
.386

PLAYOFFS: Wilmington beat Winston-Salem 3-1. • ATTENDANCE: Danville-74,737; Frederick-301,760; Kinston-143,309;
Lynchburg-113,145; Prince William-220,145; Salem-189,069; Wilmington-320,540; Winston-Salem-159,460. Total-1,522,165.
All-Star Game-65,227. • MANAGERS: Danville-Paul Runge; Frederick-Tommy Shields; Kinston-Max Oliveras; Lynchburg-Jeff
Richardson/Jeff Livesey; Prince William-Joe Cunningham; Salem-Jay Loviglio; Wilmington-Darrell Evans/Brian Poldberg;
Winston-Salem-Chris Cron. • ALL-STARS: C-Blake Barthol, Salem.1B-Chris Heintz, Winston-Salem. Second Base-Emiliano
Escandon, Wilmington; Doug Livingston, Salem. 3B-Joe Crede, Winston-Salem. SS-Brent Butler, Prince William. OF-Cordell
Farley, Prince William; Rod Bair, Salem, Luis Saturria, Prince William. DH-Jose Leon, Prince William. UTL-Dan Olson,
Winston-Salem. STARTING PITCHER-Rick Ankiel, Prince William. Relief Pitcher-David Riske, Kinston. Most Valuable
Player-Joe Crede, Winston-Salem. Pitcher of the Year-Rick Ankiel, Prince William. Manager of the Year-Chris
Cron, Winston-Salem.

1999 SPLIT SEASON

W

L

Pct.

40
39
33
27

30
31
36
43

.571
.557
.478
.386

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (11)
Frederick (2)
Lynchburg (20)
Potomac (21)

39
37
35
28

30
32
35
41

.565
.536
.500
.406

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (5)
Myrtle Beach (1)
Salem (27)

PLAYOFFS: Kinston beat Durham 2-1. Wilmington beat Kinston 3-1. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-365,445; Frederick-258,527;
Kinston-145,493; Lynchburg-100,016; Prince William-190,055; Salem-173,703, Wilmington-335,309; Winston-Salem154,132. Total-1,722,580. Playoffs-10,340. All-Star Game-6,671. • MANAGERS: Durham-Randy Ingle; Frederick-Tim
Blackwell, Julio Garcia (April 16); Kinston-Jack Mull; Lynchburg-Jeff Banister; Prince William-Dave Huppert; Salem-Bill
McGuire; Wilmington-John Mizerock; Winston-Salem-Phillip Wellman. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Sean Casey, Kinston. 2B-Sergio
Nunez, Wilmington. SS-Alejandro Prieto, Wilmington. 3B-Freddy Garcia, Lynchburg. UTL.INF-Rick Short, Frederick. OF-Jose
Guillen, Lynchburg; Johnny Isom, Frederick; D.C. Conner, Winston-Salem. UTL.OF-Mike Asche, Lynchburg. C-Blake Barthol,
Salem. DH-Juan Thomas, Prince William. STARTING PITCHER-Noe Najera, Kinston. RELIEF PITCHER-Stephen Prihoda,
Wilmington. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Jose Guillen, Lynchburg. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Noe Najera, Kinston. MANAGER
OF THE YEAR-Jack Mull, Kinston.

104

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick (2)
Lynchburg (20)
Wilmington (11)
Prince William (21)

W

PLAYOFFS: Wilmington beat Prince William 2-0; Kinston beat Wilmington 3-0. • ATTENDANCE: Durham-390,486; Frederick300,968; Kinston-140,116; Lynchburg-111,654; Prince William-215,250; Salem-140,111, Wilmington-358,766; WinstonSalem-158,842. Total-1,816,193. Playoffs-15,694. All-Star Game-5,690. • MANAGERS: Durham-Matt West; Frederick-Mike
O’Berry; Kinston-Gordy MacKenzie; Lynchburg-Marc Hill; Prince William-Dave Huppert; Salem-Bill Hayes; Wilmington-John
Mizerock; Winston-Salem-Mark Berry. • ALL-STARS: 1B-Richie Sexson, Kinston. 2B-Ricky Gutierrez, Kinston. SS-Enrique
Wilson, Kinston. 3B-Aaron Boone, Winston-Salem. UTL.INF-Anthony Medrano, Wilmington. OF-Edgard Velasquez, Salem;
James Betzsold, Kinston; Charles Peterson, Lynchburg. UTL.OF-Bruce Aven, Kinston. C-Mike Sweeney, Wilmington. DH-Reed
Secrist., Lynchburg. STARTING PITCHER-Bartolo Colon, Kinston. RELIEF PITCHER-Dan Graves, Kinston. MOST VALUABLE
PLAYER-Richie Sexson, Kinston. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Bartolo Colon, Kinston. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-John Mizerock,
Wilmington.

1996 SPLIT SEASON

SEASON CAPSULES

W

L

Pct.

39
37
35
24

30
33
34
45

.565
.529
.507
.348

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Frederick
Potomac
Lynchburg

37
36
35
34

32
33
34
36

.536
.522
.507
.486

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach
Kinston
Salem
Winston-Salem

W

L

Pct.

38
30
30
29

31
38
40
39

.551
.441
.429
.426

44
42
35
27

26
26
33
42

.629
.618
.515
.391

PLAYOFFS: Myrtle Beach beat Kinston 2-1. Wilmington and Myrtle Beach tied 2-2 for co-championship. • ATTENDANCE:
Frederick-313,603; Kinston-124,010; Lynchburg-110.937; Myrtle Beach-232,619; Potomac-209,168; Salem-206,012;
Wilmington-321,143; Winston-Salem-134,764. Total-1,652,256. All-Star Game-6,518. Playoffs-14,561. • MANAGERS
Frederick-Andy Etchebarren; Kinston-Eric Wedge; Lynchburg-Scott Little; Myrtle Beach-Brian Snitker; Potomac-Joe Cunningham;
Salem-Ron Gideon; Wilmington-Jeff Garber; Winston-Salem-Jerry Terrell. • ALL-STARS: C-Chris Heintz, Winston-Salem; 1BEddy Furniss, Lynchburg; 2B-Marcus Giles, Myrtle Beach; 3B- Mike Edwards, Kinston; SS- Eddy Martinez, Frederick; OF- Jody
Gerut, Salem, Derrick Lankford, Lynchburg and Aaron Rowand, Winston-Salem; DH- Andy Bevins, Potomac; UTIL-IF- Joe Dillon,
Wilmington; UTIL-OF-Brandon Berger, Wilmington; STARTING PITCHER- Josh Kalinowski, Salem; RELIEF PITCHER- Travis
Thompson, Salem. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER- Marcus Giles, Myrtle Beach. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Josh Kalinowshi, Salem.
MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Eric Wedge, Kinston.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

105

SEASON CAPSULES
2000 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick (2)
Potomac (21)
Wilmington (11)
Lynchburg (20)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach (1)
Salem (27)
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (5)

2003 SPLIT SEASON

W

L

Pct.

38
35
29
27

32
35
41
43

.543
.500
.414
.386

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg
Wilmington
Frederick
Potomac

42
38
36
35

28
32
34
35

.600
.543
.514
.500

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach
Salem
Winston-Salem
Kinston

W

L

Pct.

39
34
28
27

29
35
39
41

.574
.493
.418
.397

FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg (20)
Wilmington (11)
Potomac (6)
Frederick (2)

46
35
33
32

24
35
36
35

.657
.500
.478
.478

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (5)
Salem (9)
Kinston (7)
Myrtle Beach (1)

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Frederick 2-0. Myrtle Beach beat Lynchburg 3-0. • ATTENDANCE: Frederick-310,753;
Kinston-112,084 Lynchburg-109,599; Myrtle Beach-234,019; Potomac-167,988; Salem-200,863; Wilmington-324,019;
Winston-Salem-151,930. Total-1,611,255. All-Star Game-4,669. Playoffs-10,110. • MANAGERS: Frederick-Dave Machemer;
Kinston-Brad Komminsk; Lynchburg-Tracy Woodson; Myrtle Beach-Brian Snitker; Potomac-Joe Cunningham; Salem-Alan
Cockrell; Wilmington-Jeff Garber; Winston-Salem-Brian Dayett. • ALL-STARS: C-Lee Evans, Lynchburg; 1B-A.J. Zapp,
Myrtle Beach; 2B-Chone Figgins, Salem; 3B-Corey Erickson, Kinston; SS- Mark Ellis, Wilmington; OF- Kevin Burford, Salem;
Esix Snead, Potomac, Mario Valenzuela, Winston-Salem; DH- Troy Farnsworth, Potomac; UTIL-IF-Victor Rodriguez, Kinston;
UTIL-OF-J.J. Davis, Lynchburg; STARTING PITCHER- Christian Parra, Myrtle Beach; RELIEF PITCHER- Jason Marr, Potomac.
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER- Troy Farnsworth, Potomac. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Christian Parra, Myrtle Beach. MANAGER
OF THE YEAR-Brian Snitker, Myrtle Beach

2001 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (11)
Frederick (2)
Potomac (21)
Lynchburg (20)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Myrtle Beach (1)
Salem (27)
Winston-Salem (5)

W

L

Pct.

39
36
35
27

31
34
35
40

.557
.514
.500
.403

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Frederick
Potomac
Lynchburg

.628
.565
.485
.343

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Salem
Myrtle Beach
Winston-Salem

44
39
33
24

26
30
35
46

W

L

Pct.

39
34
31
31

31
35
39
39

.557
.493
.443
.443

45
37
32
30

25
33
37
40

.643
.529
.464
.429

Playoffs: Wilmington beat Frederick 2-0; Salem beat Kinston 2-1; Salem beat Wilmington 3-2. Attendance: Frederick,
320,262; Kinston, 133,169; Lynchburg, 112,310; Myrtle Beach, 214,160; Potomac, 181,758; Salem, 203,375; Wilmington,
336,074; Winston-Salem, 141,164; Total Attendance -- 1,642,272; Playoff Attendance (10 Games) -- 23,079; All-Star Game
(Carolina-California League All-Star) At Lancaster, CA -- 3,737. • Managers -- Frederick, Dave Cash; Kinston, Brad Komminsk;
Lynchburg, Curtis Wilkerson; Myrtle Beach, Brian Snitker; Potomac, Joe Cunningham; Salem, Dave Collins; Wilmington, Jeff
Garber; Winston-Salem, Wally Backman. • All-stars: 1B-Garrett Atkins, Salem; 2B-Javier Colina, Salem; 3B-Troy Cameron, Myrtle Beach-Kinston; SS-Wilson Betemit, Myrtle Beach; UTIL-IF-Napolean Calzado, Frederick; UTIL-OF-Covelli Crisp,
Potomac; OF-Ryan Langerhans, Myrtle Beach; OF-Dan Phillips, Salem; Utility OF-Dee Haynes, Potomac; C-Victor Martinez,
Kinston; DH-Ryan Hankins, Winston-Salem; STARTING PITCHER-Jimmy Journell, Potomac; RELIEF PITCHER-Scotty Layfield,
Potomac; Most Valuable Player: Victor Martinez, Kinston; Pitcher-of-the-year: (tie) Trey Hodges, Myrtle Beach and
Jimmy Journell, Potomac; Manager-of-the-year: Brad Komminsk, Kinston.

2002 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (11)
Lynchburg (20)
Potomac (21)
Frederick (2)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach (1)
Salem (27)
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (5)

W

L

Pct.

47
47
24
18

23
23
46
51

.671
.671
.343
.261

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Lynchburg
Potomac
Frederick

43
39
34
27

27
31
35
43

.629
.557
.493
.386

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Myrtle Beach
Salem
Winston-Salem

W

L

Pct.

42
40
35
29

28
30
35
41

.600
.571
.500
.414

40
36
35
23

30
34
35
47

.571
.514
.500
.329

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Wilmington 2-1.Kinston beat Myrtle Beach 2-0. Lynchburg beat Kinston 3-1. ATTENDANCE:
Frederick-305,950; Kinston-106,472; Lynchburg-127,916; Myrtle Beach-200,463; Potomac-182,059; Salem-196,347;
Wilmington-331,545; Winston-Salem-136,302. Total-1,587,054. All-Star Game-5,545. Playoffs-12,592. • MANAGERS:
Frederick-Jack Voigt; Kinston-Ted Kubiak; Lynchburg-Pete Mackanin; Myrtle Beach-Randy Ingle; Potomac-Joe Cunningham;
Salem-Stu Cole; Wilmington-Jeff Garber; Winston-Salem-Razor Shines. • ALL-STARS: C-Ronny Paulino, Lynchburg;
1B-Brad Hawpe, Salem; 2B-Josh Bonifay, Lynchburg; SS-Jose Castillo, Lynchburg; 3B-Justin Gemoll, Wilmington; OFBill McCarthy, Myrtle Beach; Chris Duffy, Lynchburg; Skip Schumaker, Potomac; DH-Ray Navarette, Lynchburg; UTIL-IFAlejandro Machado, Wilmington; UTIL-OF-Byron Gettis, Wilmington; STARTING PITCHER-Sean Burnett, Lynchburg; RELIEF
PITCHER-D.J. Carrasco, Lynchburg. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Brad Hawpe, Salem. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Sean Burnett,
Lynchburg, Potomac. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Jeff Garber, Wilmington.

106

SEASON CAPSULES

CAROLINA LEAGUE

W

L

Pct.

37
38
30
26

28
32
39
40

.569
.543
.435
.394

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Lynchburg
Frederick
Potomac

39
35
34
33

29
33
35
36

.574
.515
.493
.478

SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Salem
Winston-Salem
Myrtle Beach

W

L

Pct.

37
35
33
20

32
35
36
49

.536
.500
.478
.290

45
40
38
29

24
28
32
41

.652
.588
.543
.414

W

L

Pct.

42
39
34
32

28
31
35
38

.600
.557
.493
.457

39
38
32
23

31
32
38
46

.557
.543
.457
.333

W

L

Pct.

44
32
30
22

26
38
40
46

.629
.457
.429
.324

45
43
35
27

25
26
35
42

.643
.623
.500
.391

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Wilmington 2-0. Winston-Salem beat Kinston 2-0. Winston-Salem beat Lynchburg 3-0.ATTENDANCE: Frederick-285,048; Kinston-103,433; Lynchburg-91,935; Myrtle Beach-203,443; Potomac-160,238; Salem175,155, Wilmington-315,134; Winston-Salem-124,454. Total-1,458,840. All-Star Game-5,737. Playoffs-9,093. Managers: Frederick-Tom Lawless; Kinston-Torey Lovullo; Lynchburg-Dave Clark; Myrtle Beach-Randy Ingle; Potomac-Jayhawk
Owens; Salem-John Massarelli; Wilmington-Billy Gardner, Jr.; Winston-Salem-Razor Shines. All-Stars: C-Ryan Doumit,
Lynchburg; 1B-Walter Young, Lynchburg; 2B-Ruddy Yan, Winston-Salem; SS-Jeff Bannon, Potomac and Andres Blanco,
Wilmington (tie); 3B-Andy Marte, Myrtle Beach; OF-Nate McLouth, Lynchburg; Trey Dyson, Wilmington/Kinston; Willy
Taveras, Kinston; DH-Chris Shelton, Lynchburg; Utility-Todd Self, Salem (IF); Woody Cliffords, Frederick (OF); STARTING
PITCHER-Zack Greinke, Wilmington; RELIEF PITCHER-Lee Gronkiewicz, Kinston. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Chris Shelton, Lynchburg. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Zack Greinke, Wilmington MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Dave Clark, Lynchburg

2004 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Potomac (13)
Lynchburg (20)
Wilmington (11)
Frederick (2)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Myrtle Beach (1)
Salem (9)
Winston-Salem (5)

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Frederick
Potomac
Lynchburg
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem
Kinston
Myrtle Beach
Salem

PLAYOFFS: Wilmington beat Potomac 2-1. Kinston beat Winston-Salem 2-1. Kinston beat Wilmington 3-2. ATTENDANCE:
Frederick-266,257; Kinston-103,015 Lynchburg-148,067; Myrtle Beach-209,095; Potomac-170,278; Salem-224,991,
Wilmington-320,788; Winston-Salem-134,144. Total-1,576,635. All-Star Game-4,765. Playoffs-8,768. Managers: FrederickTom Lawless; Kinston-Torey Lovullo; Lynchburg-Jay Loviglio, Jeff Banister (June 24), Tom Prince (July 5); Myrtle BeachRandy Ingle; Potomac-Edgar Caceres; Salem-Russ Nixon; Wilmington-Billy Gardner, Jr.; Winston-Salem-Ken Dominguez,
Nick Leyva (June 15). ALL-STARS: C-Brian McCann, Myrtle Beach; 1B-Brad Eldred, Lynchburg; 2B-Kevin Howard, Potomac;
3B-Tripper Johnson, Frederick; SS-Mike Aviles, Wilmington; UTILITY INF-Eider Torres, Kinston; OF-Shane Costa, Wilmington;
Rajai Davis, Lynchburg; Jeff Francoeur, Myrtle Beach; UTILITY OF-Ryan Sweeney, Winston-Salem; DH-Ryan Garko, Kinston;
STARTING PITCHER- Zach Duke, Lynchburg; RELIEF PITCHER-Dwayne Pollok, Winston-Salem. MOST VALUABLE PLAYERBrad Eldred, Lynchburg. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Zach Duke, Lynchburg. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Torey Lovullo, Kinston.

2005 SPLIT SEASON
FIRST HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg (20)
Frederick (2)
Wilmington (3)
Potomac (28)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
Winston-Salem (5)
Myrtle Beach (1)
Salem (9)

W

L

Pct.

40
35
31
31

30
35
39
39

.571
.500
.443
.443

41
39
33
30

29
31
37
40

.586
.557
.471
.429

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick
Lynchburg
Potomac
Wilmington
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem
Salem
Kinston
Myrtle Beach

W

L

Pct.

44
38
32
29

26
32
38
41

.629
.543
.457
.414

38
37
35
28

33
34
35
42

.535
.521
.500
.400

PLAYOFFS: Frederick beat Lynchburg (2-0); Kinston beat Winston-Salem (2-0); Frederick beat Kinston (3-2). • ATTENDANCE:
Frederick-275,663; Kinston-103,069; Lynchburg-150,109; Myrtle Beach-198,092; Potomac-138,143; Salem-255,225;
Wilmington-322,287; Winston-Salem-147,194; Total-1,589,782; All-Star Game-7,734; Playoffs-10,728. • MANAGERS:
Frederick-Bien Figueroa; Kinston-Luis Rivera; Lynchburg-Tim Leiper; Myrtle Beach-Randy Ingle; Potomac-Bob Henley; SalemIvan DeJesus; Wilmington-Dann Bilardello; Winston-Salem-Chris Cron. • ALL-STARS: C-Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Myrtle Beach;
1B-Leo Daigle, Winston-Salem; 2B-Nate Spears, Frederick; 3B-Robert Valido, Winston-Salem; SS-Kory Casto, Potomac; OFFrank Diaz, Potomac, Nick Markakis, Frederick, Thomas Collaro, Winston-Salem; UTIL-IF-Pat Magness, Lynchburg; UTIL-OFNoah Hall, Winston-Salem; DH-Mario Delgado, Frederick; STARTING PITCHER-James Johnson, Frederick; RELIEF PITCHEREhren Wassermann, Winston-Salem. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Leo Daigle, Winston-Salem. PITCHER OF THE YEAR-James
Johnson, Frederick. MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Ivan DeJesus, Salem.

GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

107

SEASON CAPSULES
2006 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
W
L Pct.
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington (3)
35
35 .500
Lynchburg (20)
34
36 .486
Potomac (28)
33
37 .471
Frederick (2)
26
43 .377
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
47
23 .671
Winston-Salem (5)
37
32 .536
Myrtle Beach (1)
35
35 .500
Salem (9)
32
38 .457

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick
Wilmington
Potomac
Lynchburg
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Salem
Kinston
Myrtle Beach
Winston-Salem

W

L Pct.

35
32
31
29

34
36
39
39

.507
.471
.443
.426

44
38
37
29

23
31
33
40

.657
.551
.529
.420

PLAYOFFS: Frederick beat Wilmington (2-1); Kinston beat Salem (2-0); Kinston beat Frederick (3-0) • ATTENDANCE:
Frederick-280,034; Kinston-112,253; Lynchburg-157,744; Myrtle Beach-200,152; Potomac-151,507; Salem237,724; Wilmington- 312,258; Winston-Salem-149,755; Total-1,601,427; All-Star Game-5,133; Playoffs-11,112 . •
MANAGERS: Frederick, Bien Figueroa; Kinston, Mike Sarbaugh; Lynchburg, Gary Green; Myrtle Beach, Rocket Wheeler;
Potomac, Randy Knorr (THROUGH JUN 15) AND Edgar Caceres (JUN 16 THROUGH END OF SEASON); Salem, Jim
Pankovits; Wilmington, Chad Epperson; Winston-Salem, Rafael Santana;. • ALL-STARS: P, Charles Lofgren - Kinston;
C, Louis Santangelo - Salem; 1B, Christopher Kelly - Winston-Salem; 2B, Paco Figueroa - Frederick; 3B, Brandon Powell
- Potomac; SS, Brian Bixler - Lynchburg; DH, Jason Fransz - Frederick; OF, Carl Loadenthal - Myrtle Beach; OF, Jordan
Brown - Kinston; OF, Wallace Torbert - Salem; RP, Michael James - Wilmington; UI, Van Pope - Myrtle Beach; UO, Brian
Barton - Kinston. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Jordan Brown, Kinston. PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Charles Lofgren, Kintson;
MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Jim Pankovits, Salem; LCS MVP-Randy Newsom, Kinston

2007 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
W
L Pct.
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick (2)
32
37 .464
Wilmington (11)
30
38 .441
Lynchburg (20)
29
38 .433
Potomac (28)
29
39 .426
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston (7)
45
24 .652
Salem (9)
41
28 .594
Winston-Salem (5)
38
31 .551
Myrtle Beach (1)
30
39 .435

FIRST HALF
W
L Pct.
NORTHERN DIVISION
Potomac (28)
42
28 .600
Wilmington (11)
35
35 .500
Frederick (2)
34
36 .486
Lynchburg (20)
29
41 .414
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach (1)
45
25 .643
Kinston (7)
35
34 .507
Salem (9)
30
40 .429
Winston-Salem (5)
29
40 .420

W

L Pct.

45
40
32
26

24
29
37
44

.652
.580
.464
.371

42
38
29
26

28
32
41
43

.600
.543
.414
.377

SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Potomac
Wilmington
Lynchburg
Frederick
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach
Winston-Salem
Kinston
Salem

W

L

Pct

37
34
29
29

33
36
39
40

.529
.486
.426
.420

44
42
37
26

26
28
32
44

.629
.600
.536
.371

PLAYOFFS: Potomac beat Wilmington (3-0); Myrtle Beach beat Winston-Salem (3-1); Potomac beat Myrtle Beach (3-1) •ATTENDANCE:
Frederick-295,656; Kinston-130,406; Lynchburg-162,131; Myrtle Beach-242,397; Potomac-177,760; Salem-235,823; Wilmington312,375; Winston-Salem-169,963; Total-1,726,511; Playoffs (11 Games)-14,280; All Star Game- 6,599; • MANGERS: Frederick,
Tommy Thompson (THROUGH MAY 25) AND Richie Hebner (MAY 26 THROUGH END OF SEASON); Kinston, Chris Tremie;
Lynchburg, Jeff Branson; Myrtle Beach, Rocket Wheeler; Potomac, Randy Knorr; Salem, Jim Pankovits; Wilmington, Darryl Kennedy;
Winston-Salem, Tim Blackwell; • ALL-STARS: C, Tyler Flowers, Myrtle Beach; 1B, Beau Mills. Kinston; 2B, Niuman Romero, Kinston;
2B, Travis Jones, Myrtle Beach; 3B, Jim Negrych, Lynchburg; SS, Brandon Hicks, Myrtle Beach; DH, Ernesto Mejia, Myrtle Beach;
OF, Joe Dickerson, Wilmington; OF, John Shelby, Winston-Salem; OF, Willie Cabrera, Myrtle Beach; SP, Jake Arrieta, Frederick; RP,
Kanekoa Texeira, Winston-Salem; RP, Luis Perdomo, Kinston; UI, C.J. Retherford, Winston-Salem; UI, Mark Ori, Salem; UO, Jordan
Parraz, Salem; MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Beau Mills, Kinston, PITCHER OF THE YEAR:-Jake Arrieta, Frederick; MANAGER OF THE
YEAR-Rocket Wheeler,Myrtle Beach; LCS MVP-Jhonatan Solano, Potomac

108

CAROLINA LEAGUE

2009 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
W L Pct.
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lynchburg Hillcats (20)
45 24 .652
Potomac Nationals (28)
37 30 .552
Wilmington Blue Rocks (11)
38 31 .551
Frederick Keys (2)
31 38 .449
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem Dash (5)
38 30 .559
Salem Red Sox (3)
32 37 .464
Kinston Indians (7)
27 41 .397
Myrtle Beach Pelicans (1)
5 42 .373

SECOND HALF W L
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington Blue Rocks 46 24
Potomac Nationals
42 28
Frederick Keys
33 37
Lynchburg Hillcats
28 42 .
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem Dash 35 35
Salem Red Sox
35 35
Kinston Indians
33 37
Myrtle Beach Pelicans 28 42

Pct
.657
.600
.471
400
.500
.500
.471
.400

PLAYOFFS: Lynchburg beat Wilmington (3-2); Salem beat Winston-Salem (3-0); Lynchburg beat Salem
(3-0) •ATTENDANCE: Frederick-293,438; Wilmington-288,094; Myrtle Beach-238,287; Salem-231,186; Potomac-180,541;
Lynchburg-164,328; Kinston-133,049; Winston-Salem-57,665; Regular Season Total-1,586,588; Playoffs (11 games) 14,678;
ALL-STAR GAME at Lake Elsinore, CA 6,689 • MANAGERS: Frederick-Richie Hebner; Kinston-Chris Tremie; LynchburgP.J. Forbes; Myrtle Beach-Rocket Wheeler; Potomac-Trent Jewett; Salem-Chad Epperson; Wilmington-Brian Rupp; WinstonSalem-Joe McEwing • ALL-STARS: C-Caleb Joseph, Frederick; 1B-Brandon Waring, Frederick; 1B-Chris Marrero, Potomac;
2B-Cord Phelps, Kinston; 3B-Brent Morel, Winston-Salem; SS-Danny Espinosa, Potomac; DH-Cody Johnson, Myrtle Beach;
OF-Che-Hsuan Lin, Salem; OF- Derrick Robinson, Wilmington; OF-Matt Angle, Frederick; SP-Zachary Britton, Frederick;
RP-R.J. Rodriguez, Lynchburg; UI-Lonnie Chisenhall, Kinston; UO-Tim Fedroff, Kinston. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Brandon
Waring, Kinston; PITCHER OF THE YEAR:-Zachary Britton,Frederick; MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Joe McEwing, Winston-Salem;
LCS MVP-Chase d’Arnaud, Lynchburg.

2010 SPLIT SEASON
SECOND HALF
NORTHERN DIVISION
Wilmington
Potomac
Frederick
Lynchburg
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
Salem
Myrtle Beach
Winston-Salem

PLAYOFFS: Frederick beat Wilmington (2-0); Salem beat Kinston (2-1); Frederick beat Salem (3-1) • ATTENDANCE:
Frederick-283,065; Kinston-115,195; Lynchburg -164,413; Myrtle Beach- 215,059; Potomac-165,000; Salem-258,469;
Wilmington-306,430; Winston-Salem-161,180; Total-1,668,811; Playoffs (9 games)-12,533; • MANAGERS: Frederick,
Tommy Thompson; Kinston, Mike Sarbaugh; Lynchburg, Jeff Branson; Myrtle Beach, Rocket Wheeler; Potomac, Randy
Knorr; Salem, Jim Pankovits; Wilmington, John Mizerock; Winston-Salem, Tim Blackwell; • ALL-STARS: P, Rowdy Hardy
- Wilmington; C, Max Ramirez - Kinston; 1B, Micah Schnurstein - Winston-Salem; 2B, Shelby Ford - Lynchburg; 3B, Wes
Hodges - Kinston; SS, Joshua Rodriguez - Kinston; DH, Kala Kaaihue - Myrtle Beach; OF, Brad Corley - Lynchburg; OF, Jordan
Schafer - Myrtle Beach; OF, Jose Duarte - Wilmington; OF, Mitch Einertson - Salem; RP, Scott Roehl - Kinston; UI, Mario Lisson
- Wilmington; UI, Ryan Finan - Frederick; MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Mitch Einertson, Salem. PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Rowdy
Hardy, Wilmington; MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Mike Sarbaugh, Kinston; LCS MVP-Chorye Spoone, Frederick

2008 SPLIT SEASON

SEASON CAPSULES

FIRST HALF
W L Pct.
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick (2)
41 29 .586
Wilmington (11)
32 38 .457
Potomac (28)
31 39 .443
Lynchburg (16)
29 41 .414
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem (5)
43 27 .614
Salem (3)
42 28 .600
Kinston (7)
36 34 .514
Myrtle Beach (1)
26 44 .371

SECOND HALF W
NORTHERN DIVISION
Potomac
39
Wilmington
36
Lynchburg
32
Frederick
31
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Winston-Salem
38
Kinston
37
Myrtle Beach
32
Salem
31

L Pct
30
32
36
39

.565
.529
.471
.443

31
33
38
37

.551
.529
.457
.456

PLAYOFFS: Potomac beat Frederick, 3-1; Winston-Salem beat Kinston, 3-0; Potomac beat Winston-Salem, 3-1 • ATTENDANCE:
Winston-Salem-312,313; Wilmington-296,041; Frederick-291,299; M
yrtle Beach-223,176; Salem-211,527; Potomac-205,279;
Lynchburg-152,161; Kinston-118,741; Regular Season Total-1,810,537; Playoffs (11 games) -24,300; ALL-STAR GAME
at Myrtle Beach, SC-6,599 • MANAGERS: Frederick-Orlando Gomez; Kinston-Aaron Holbert; Lynchburg-Pat Kelly;
Myrtle Beach-Rocket Wheeler; Potomac-Gary Cathcart; Salem-Kevin Boles, Wilmington-Brian Rupp; Winston-Salem-Joe
McEwing • ALL-STARS: C-Ryan Lavarnway, Salem; 1B- Eric Hosmer, Wilmington; 2B-Oscar Tejeda, Salem. 3B-Will
Middlebrooks, Salem. SS-Eduardo Escobar, Winston-Salem. DH-Tyler Moore, Potomac. OF-Adrian Ortiz, Wilmington.
OF -Brandon Short, Winston-Salem. OF-Justin Greene, Winston-Salem. OF-Ronnie Welty, Frederick. OF-Xavier
Avery, Frederick. SP-Joseph Gardner, Kinston. RP-Cory Burns, Kinston. UT- Jon Gilmore , Winston-Salem. • MOST
VALUABLE PLAYER-Tyler Moore, Potomac; PITCHER OF THE YEAR - Jordan Hotchkiss, Lynchburg; MANAGER OF THE
YEAR -Joe McEwing, Winston-Salem; ALL-STAR GAME MVP - Osdar Tejeda, Salem; CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES-MVP-Bill
Rhinehart, Potomac.

2011 SPLIT SEASON

FIRST HALF
W L Pct.
NORTHERN DIVISION
Frederick (2)
41 28 .594
Wilmington (11)
36 33 .522
Lynchburg (16)
30 40 .429
Potomac (28)
29 40 .420
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Myrtle Beach (1)
40 29 .580
Kinston (7)
38 31 .551
Winston-Salem (5)
32 38 .457
Salem (3)
31 38 .449

SECOND HALF W
NORTHERN DIVISION
39
Frederick
Potomac
39
Lynchburg
30
Wilmington
30
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Kinston
38
Winston-Salem
37
Salem
33
Myrtle Beach
32

L Pct
31
31
38
39

.557
.557
.441
.435

31
33
37
38

.551
.529
.471
.457

PLAYOFFS: Frederick beat Potomac, 3-2; Kinston beat Myrtle Beach, 3-1; Frederick beat Kinston, 3-1•ATTENDANCE:
Winston-Salem-312,416; Wilmington-288,738; Frederick-296,296; Salem-226,337; Myrtle Beach-213,200; Potomac171,096; Lynchburg-169,367; Kinston-112,181; Regular Season Total-1,789,631; Playoffs (13 games)-17,008; ALLSTAR GAME (at Modesto, Calif.)-5,082•MANAGERS: Frederick, Orlando Gomez; Kinston, Aaron Holbert; Lynchburg, Luis
Salazar; Myrtle Beach, Jason Wood; Potomac, Matthew LeCroy; Salem, Bruce Crabbe; Wilmington, Brian Rupp; WinstonSalem, Julio Vinas•ALL-STARS: C-Sandy Leon, Potomac; 1B-Joey Terdoslavich, Lynchburg; 2B-Jeff Kobernus, Potomac;
3B-Mike Olt, Myrtle Beach; SS-Andrelton Simmons, Lynchburg; DH-Ian Gac, Winston-Salem; OF-Destin Hood, Potomac;
OF-Ryan Strausborger, Myrtle Beach; OF-Bryce Brentz, Salem; SP-Robbie Ross, Myrtle Beach; RP-Preston Guilmet,
Kinston;UT INF-Andy Wilkins, Winston-Salem; UT OF-Jared Prince, Myrtle Beach• MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Ian Gac,
Winston-Salem; PITCHER OF THE YEAR-Robbie Ross, Myrtle Beach; MANAGER OF THE YEAR-Aaron Holbert, Kinston; ALLSTAR GAME MVP-Rey Navarro, Wilmington; CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES MVP-Manny Machado, Frederick.

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